Campbell Collections

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Costume apron

Apron with plastic large bead edge and fringe of cord, worn by married woman as an apron over isidwaba

Costume apron

Apron cloth beaded worn by married Zulu woman from Nongoma

Costume apron

Apron cloth beaded with design called unoxi, worn by married Zulu woman from Keat's Drift of Msinga

Cockfight

Cockfight in Township

Costume apron

Apron cloth beaded worn by married Zulu woman from the Ingonyama, Nongoma area

Costume apron

Apron cloth beaded worn by married woman from Msinga

A prayer for another South Africa

A prayer for another South Africa

Costume apron

Apron cloth beaded worn by married Zulu woman from Msinga

Costume apron

Apron cloth beaded bt married Zulu woman from Egunjani area of Msinga

Costume apron

Apron cloth beaded with design called isibhaxelo, worn by married Zulu woman from Emtshezi

Costume apron

Apron cloth beaded with design called isishunka, worn by married Zulu woman from Emtshezi

Costume apron

Back apron cloth beaded with design called Ugudl'mngeni( To follow umngeni river) worn by married Zulu woman Emtshezi

Costume apron

Apron cloth beaded with design called isilomi, worn by married Zulu woman from Emtshezi

Costume apron

Apron cloth beaded worn by married Zulu woman over isidwaba from Ndwede

Costume apron

Apron cloth beaded with alphabetical motifs worn by married Zulu woman as front apron for special occasions, Ndwede

Costume skirts

Cloth wrap skirts, worn wrapped front and back so as to contrast in colour by married woman who is still traditional

Costume apron

Apron cloth beaded worn by married Zulu woman from Msinga

Apron worn by married Bhaca women of uMzimkhulu

Apron towel of certain colours (yellow the colour of pumpkin, green is colour of pumpkin leaves and mealies (favourite food) and black for madumbes. Worn by married Bhaca woman to first fruit ceremonies (hence colour reference) in the uMzimkhulu area 1984. Ithawula.

Apron heavily beaded worn by women from Amangwane married women, c1970-1980

Apron cloth with beaded edge. Worn by Amangwane married women as front aprons over their leather isidwaba in the Drakensberg area c1970-80

Costume Apron

 Apron cloth worn by married Zulu Woman

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