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Bearded Belt

Multi colored bearded belt with witle tree decorations. It belonged to the Queen mother of Chief Zwelinjani Mkhize of Engolela in KwaZulu- Natal.

Muckleneuk house, Berea, Durban - framed beadwork at the top of the staircase

 

Notes on the back of the photograph:

"K.C.A.L, Oct. 65.

Top of staircase.  East wall"

 

 

Campbell family papers (KCM 19/3) ;

Box 1 (KCM 19/3/1) ;

Item: KCM 19/3/1/5

 

Beadwork

Beadwork edge to cape for married women in Ndwedwe area

Beadwork and dress

 Beadwork and dress are part of the traditional wedding

Beadwork and dress

 Beadwork and define the isithunzi of a diviner

Beadwork and dress

 Beadwork and dress are integral to ceremonial occasion

Beadwork and dress

 Christian Africans dress in Western style as symbolic of Conversion

Beadwork and dress

    traditional beadwork and dresss is integral to African male initiation

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

 Beadwork and dress is also gender specific

Beadwork and dress

 Curious polygamy- twin sister and co wife

Beadwork and dress

 Beadwork and dress are a part of the traditional wedding.

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