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" Umhlekimi"

Bearded necklace in mixed colors on a white bearded patch with words 'Umhlekimi' from the Nkandla area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden Carved spoon , with a long handle and a hut shaped tip at the top.Donated by Mr. S. Bourquin to the Campbell Collections.

" Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden carved spoon with blackened incisions on the handle as decoration.It was made from Emabomvini in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden carved spoon with a thin handle that has incisions on it in the middle an the tip of the spoon. It came from the Msinga area in KwaZulu-Natal

" Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden carved spoon with a long thin handle that has incisions in the middle and tip, it goes togeter with MM 3272.

" Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden carved spoon, blackened on the edges and a hut design on the tip.

"Abantu Yizoni"

Bearded necklace in white, green and red colors with words 'Abantu Yizoni'. It came from KwaMaphumulo area in KwaZulu- Natal.

"Izenzo zakho ziqeda uthando"

Bearded long necklace in black and white with words ' Izenzo zakho ziqeda uthando'.  This necklace was given to a husband by his wife from Kranzkop in KwaZulu- Natal.

"Lavi Wami"

Bearded necklace in white, red and green with words " Lavi Wami". The necklace is part of a whole outfit of a married woman from  the Mandeni area in KwaZulu-Natal.

"Mpondo man"

"Mpondo man"

"Ukhezo"

Large wooden spoon in a shape of a spatula, with incisions and beads as decoration. It belonged to Mrs. Bambokwakhe Nzama from Ekhombe near Nkadla in KwaZulu- Natal.

"Ukhezo"

Large wooden carved spoon with blackened triangle incisions on the handle. It is known as Ukhezo in IsiZulu.

"Ungajahi"

Bearded necklace in green and white, with words ' Ungajahi'. It came from Emachunwinini/ Msinga area in KwaZulu- Natal.

"Zulu War Dance"

Scene of Zulu young girls dancing.

"Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden carved spoon with a tradition Zulu man on top of the handle. The shaft of the spoon has a zig zag design and it splits in the middle to represent the legs of the man

' Isibhamba"

Coiled bearded belt in white, green and blue beards. It is worn by married women from the Maphumulo area in KwaZulu- Natal.

' Isibhamba"

Bearded belt in white, black and red beards with a triangle design. It came from KwaNongoma area in KwaZulu- Natal.

Allister Miller ; indegenous tree, Cape Town

Allister Miller ; indegenous tree, Cape Town

Basket Set

 Colorful basket set of a married woman made out of different material: beards and grass. It came from the Tabane or Xinxewane area.

Bearded Belt

Colorful bearded belt with words " Ngeke usithathe isiphiwo somuntu aphiwa sona' . This is part of the male costume collection of the 1980's from Ndwedwe in KwaZulu-Natal.

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