Child apron, Ndebele, South Africa. ~one of the smallest tribes in South Africa; known for their geometric designs on their painted houses and beadwork. The Ndebele women are some of the best known beadworkers in Africa, having worked with beads for hundreds of years. Like all S.African tribes, beadwork of the Ndebele is an identifier of the age, sex and marital status of the wearer to anyone wo can read the "code". This fine fringed iGabe or "ghabi" apron is worn by young girls to puberty.
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Akha village in Luang Namtha province, Laos
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Little tibetan girl - Songzanlin Monastery, Zhongdian. Zhongdian has been renamed Shangri-La, and is the beginning of Tibet.
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Image 57941844 by Gil Azouri
Antique Venetian Glass Trade Beads - African Trade Beads. Mixed strand of colorful Venetian glass & mosaic glass trade beads from the early 1900s
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Tunisian wedding tunic ca. 20th c.
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Dress Date: 19th century Culture: Romanian Medium: a,b) cotton, silk c) silk, wool Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Dress | Romanian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1945–50 Culture: Mexican Medium: cotton, silk
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Foot jewelry of Lambani Gypsy Tribals, forest dwellers, now settled in 30-home hamlets in rural Karnataka, India. Related to the Rabaris gyp...
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Reconstruction of the decorated belt from 14th century Virunuka, Estonia. From Etnostils majas-lapa-paraug...
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Magnificent Beautiful Handwoven Kallawaya Indian Beaded Headband Beads TM3637 | eBay
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Embroidered ensemble (skirt, bodice, apron, peplum, pocket, kerchief, fichu) with fringe trim, Spanish, late 19th C.
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Ensemble | Spanish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Superb Old Sind Wedding Choli This is a spectacular heavily embroidered dress or choli from the Sind region, probably made and used by a bride in her wedding. The choli is fully embroidered on the entire front and back, making it a very heavy textile with som much stitching.