Campbell Collections

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Costume apron

Apron cloth beaded worn by married women

Costume apron

Apron worn by Bhaca married women under black front apron. 1950

Costume

  Front and back apron of leather worn by married Bhaca woman From Umzimkhulu

Costume apron

Apron or Utshodo worn by married women from KwaMadakana. 1980

Costume apron

Apron with plastic beadwork edge worn by married women over the goat skin isidwaba in the KwaMadakana area

Costume

 Back and front apron of leather worn by engaged woman

Costume apron

Apron with beadwork edge with a pattern called razor blade. worn by married women and engaged girls

Costume

 FRont and back section leather skirt for bahca married woman

Costume apron

Apron with large plastic beadwork edge. worn by married woman from KwaMadakana. 1989

Wire-work bowl maker Ben Hlophe holding examples of his work

Wire-work bowl maker Ben Hlophe holding examples of his work. The second bowl on display is by Ben Hlophe. Photographed by Terry-Ann Stevenson in 1989. From Artist index file, African Art Centre, Durban.

Costume apron

Apron front black apron for married women from Richmond, 1952

Costume

Front ang back section of leather apron worn by Khuze married woman

Costume

Apron possibly an engaged girls wear under small black front apron

Wooden carved tortoise

Tortoise. Wooden carved receptacle by Shangaan people of Transvaal possibly near Mala-Mala. Original collection 1930

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 Sutu woman`s leather back apron

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Bhaca married women top apron, 1950 Richmond

Wooden carved pith-helmet

Wooden carved pith-helmet by Zulu people, possibly late 19th century or early 20th century

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Front and back view skin skirt/apron. imusi

Costume

 Front and back section leather apron for Bhaca married woman

Wooden carving of baboon with receptacle lid on back. Collected by WAC Campbell at Mala-Mala in 1952

Wooden carving of baboon with recepticle and lid on back. Collected by WAC Campbell in 1952 at Mala-Mala,

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