Campbell Collections

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Beadwork and dress

Missionary activity means that beadwork and skin dress is worn by traditionalist or person still following African belief in the Ancestors

Beadwork and dress

    traditional beadwork and dresss is integral to African male initiation

Beadwork and dress

 Christian Africans dress in Western style as symbolic of Conversion

Beadwork and dress

Traditional beadwork and dress at umemulo ceremonies

Beadwork and dress

 Beadwork and dress are integral to ceremonial occasion

Beadwork and dress

 Beadwork and define the isithunzi of a diviner

Beadwork and dress

 Beadwork and dress are part of the traditional wedding

Beadwork

KCAV 1788-1790 Beadwork. No Grossert number.

Beadwork

Beadwork edge to cape for married women in Ndwedwe area

beaded sticks. Tsongwe show 11.6.1959 and Beaded necklaces, Tshongwe show 11.6.1959

beaded sticks. Tsongwe show 11.6.1959 and Beaded necklaces, Tshongwe show

Beaded necklace:Ulimi

Long bead work patch in line with green and black lettering ' MAWULELE NGIYAKUSHIYA'.  It is made out of plastic beads and it wass worn by a married woman from Richmond district in 1979.

Beaded items. Ekhombe show 4.9.1959

Beaded items. Ekhombe show

Beaded Grass Belt - Gerard Bhengu

Beaded grass belt - Gerard Bhengu

Beaded gourds. Ingwavuma show. 10.6.1959

Beaded gourds. Ingwavuma show. 10.6.1959

beaded gourds. adult work. tsongwe show 11.6.1959

beaded gourds. adult work. tsongwe show

Beaded gourds. adult work. ingwavuma show. 1959

Beaded gourds. adult work. ingwavuma show

Beaded Courtship Necklace

Long beaded necklace, green with black lettering "Mawulele Ngiyakushiya" meaning "If you sleep, i will leave you" The necklace worn by unmarried girl of courting age in Richmond district c1979.

Beaded Courtship Necklace

Beaded courting necklace from Qudeni eMsinga with wording "Woza Lavi Wami" meaning "Come here my love"

Beaded cloth worn by newly married woman to respect her in-laws, Stanger c1970-1980s

Beaded cloth cape and apron worn by newly married woman to respect her in-laws from Stanger/Glenendale c1770-80s

Beaded cloth cape worn by married woman from Nkandla c1960-70s

Beaded cloth cape worn by married woman from Nkandla

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