Campbell Collections

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Costume Apron

 Apron and over apron

Costume Apron

 Cape ibhayi married bymarried woman or bride for respecting in laws in themuden area

Costume Apron

 Short apron of cloth or canvas with beadwork border termed isiqila

Costume Apron

Apron of cloth with wide large plastic beadwork edge

Costume Apron

 Apron of saampore cloth with beadwork edge

Costume Apron

 Apron of saampore cloth with beadwork edge

Costume Apron

 Apron of black salampore cloth

Costume Apron

 Apron cloth with applique

Costume apron

Apron, worn by makoti in Emachunwini

Costume apron

Apron. cloth beaded with large plastic beads in green, white and orange. worn by married women as apron

Costume apron

Apron Ulwembu. salampore cloth beaded. worn by married women over other aprons over above the breast. Msinga

Costume Apron

 Apron cloth with plastic beaded square outlines each decorated with wool pom-pom and withrow of plastic buttons dawn centre

Costume apron

Apron worn by a married women over isidwaba. from Msinga

Costume apron

Cloth with bib and decorated with applique. umasikhele. worn by married women over isidwaba in Msinga

Costume Apron

Apron cloth withwide open-work beadwork panel edge in glass beads with silk-theas fringe edge

Costume apron

Apron cloth with beaded silk thread fringe in Msinga, worn by married women

Costume Apron

 Apron and backpron short aprons to be worn over isdwaba

Costume apron

Apron with applique work. worn by married women in the Ndwede

Costume apron

Apron beaded married women Mandini

Costume apron

Two cloth apron wraps worn by a married woman in the Dendethu clan of Mandini

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