Campbell Collections

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Joyful Spirits

"Joyful Spirits" African dancer

Cape or ulwembu worn by married women from Majozi clan of uMsinga, c1960-70s

Cape (ulwembu), worn by married women from Majozi clan of Msinga c1960-70

Apron worn by married women over isidwaba, from Bathenjini area of Msinga, c1970s

Apron of black salampore cloth with beaded and metal chain work. Worn over isidwaba by married women in the Bathenjini clan area of Msinga, c1970s

Cape and apron beaded cloth worn by bride on a day of registration of marriage in Stanger, Glendale area c1990s

Cape and apron beaded cloth. Worn by bride on a day of registration of her marriage in Stanger, Glendale area c1990s

Beaded apron worn by woman from Ndwedwe area, c1988-9

Back apron with beaded edge and beaded strip attached to it. Belonged to Zandile Shangase of Ndwedwe, c1988-1990. She has abandoned traditional dress.

Cape or ibhayi worn by married women from Ndwdwe area, 1980s

Cape of wide short rectangle of dark cloth, worn by married women as a cape/ ibhayi in Ndwedwe area c1980s

Cape; ibhayi cloth worn by married women from Dondotho area of Mandini, Zululand c1989s

Cape black cloth with fringe edge and plastic beading. Worn by married women in the Dondotho clan area of Mandini, Zululand c1980s

Cape; ibhayi worn by unmarried girls for umemulo ceremony from eMabomvini clan area of uMsinga, 1989

Cape; ibhayi cloth with chocolate eclairs sweets in wrappers in cross-form on back. Worn by unmarried girl during uMemulo ceremony in the Mabomvini clan area of uMsinga

Cape; beaded square rag(isigubuzelo) worn by amaqhikiza during uMemulo ceremony, from eMabomvini, uMsinga area

Cape, very small beaded square (isigubuzelo) worn by over the main cape by senior girls or amaqhikiza who have boyfriends, in order to respect the boyfriend's family, it worn at umemulo(coming of age) ceremony, from eMabomvini clan, uMsinga 1989.

Cape or backsirt (ibhayi) worn by married women from Ndwedwe area c1990

Cape or baskirt worn by married woman from Ndwedwe area, c1990s

Bride's Belt

Two bearded coils in white base design of triangles on each sides.  Worn by Zulu or Baca women

Costume headdress

Headress married woman of Jozini clan, Msinga

Costume headdress

Headdress for married woman of Mandini

Costume headdress

Head dress worn by married woman from Ndwede area 1980's. with plastic beadwork ornaments

Costume headdress

Headdress for married woman, Ndwede

Costume headdress

Headdress of chrocheted wool for married woman, Ndwede

Costume headdress

Headdress for married woman, Stanger/Glenendale 1980's

Costume headdress

Headdress for married woman

Costume headdress

Umemulo headdress from Msinga 1980's

Costume Headdress

Headdress married woman Emahunwinini clan. 1960's

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