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Turkish Childs Ceremonial Garment Turkey20th CenturyA Turkish Childs hand woven robe that is adorned with beads and hammered tin plates  courtesy of Liza Sherman Antiques

Turkish Childs Ceremonial Garment Turkey20th CenturyA Turkish Childs hand woven robe that is adorned with beads and hammered tin plates courtesy of Liza Sherman Antiques

This is the coolest most colorful Bra I've ever seen and it SHOULD be mine I say !!!!!!!!!!!!!

This is the coolest most colorful Bra I've ever seen and it SHOULD be mine I say !!!!!!!!!!!!!

4 of 4: Detail: Liza Lou's first major work, “Kitchen”. It took the artist five years to cover every inch of a normal kitchen with glass beads, including the water in the sink and the dirty dishes. Liza Lou‘s art looks amazing, but it came with a high price. She was diagnosed with acute tendinitis while she was working on “Kitchen”, as she applied every glass bead individually, using tweezers. She received from The MacArthur Foundation, in 2002.

4 of 4: Detail: Liza Lou's first major work, “Kitchen”. It took the artist five years to cover every inch of a normal kitchen with glass beads, including the water in the sink and the dirty dishes. Liza Lou‘s art looks amazing, but it came with a high price. She was diagnosed with acute tendinitis while she was working on “Kitchen”, as she applied every glass bead individually, using tweezers. She received from The MacArthur Foundation, in 2002.

This colourful beadwork wedding purse features deer and dragon motifs. Not only are the glass beads minuscule (typically imported from Europe), Nonyas (Chinese Peranakan women) are well-known for their skillfulness in embroidery and beadwork.  thousands of them have been painstakingly threaded together to create the densely beaded design.

This colourful beadwork wedding purse features deer and dragon motifs. Not only are the glass beads minuscule (typically imported from Europe), Nonyas (Chinese Peranakan women) are well-known for their skillfulness in embroidery and beadwork. thousands of them have been painstakingly threaded together to create the densely beaded design.

Chris Allen-Wickler Google Image Result for http://fibitz.com/stitchedmyth/cw/marais.jpg

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Married Himba women wore heavy anklets. They were made of hand wrought iron beads, then strung onto a leather support structure. Anklets such as these displayed wealth and were worn daily.

Married Himba women wore heavy anklets. They were made of hand wrought iron beads, then strung onto a leather support structure. Anklets such as these displayed wealth and were worn daily.

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