Beadwork Costumes

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"Iqhikiza"

Black and white photograph of a young maiden from Eshowe dressed in her traditional beaded costume.

"Iqhikiza"

Black and white photograph of young maiden wearing a beaded outfit, from Eshowe.

"Izibhambha"

Black and white photograph of two young maidens showing their beaded belts, called 'Izibhambha'.

"Izintombi neZinsizwa"

Black and white photograph of a group of young girls and boys dressed in beadwork costumes for a merry ceremony.

"Ucu"

Black and white photograph wearing an engagement necklace called 'Ucu', which indicates that he has a girlfriend/ fiancee.

"Umqemulo"

Black and white photograph of a young maiden known as 'Umqemulo' meaning she is undergoing initiation to become Isangoma.

"Umyeko"

Black and white photograph wearing a beaded wig called "Umyeko'.

"Unkosikazi"

Black and white photograph of a married woman from Greytown.

"Unkosikazi"

Black and white photograph of a married woman from Grey town.

'Amaqhikiza'

Black and white photographs of two young maidens dressed in traditional beadwork clothes.

'Iqhikiza'

Black and white photograph of 'Iqhikiza', a young maiden, probably a leader of young maidens ready for marriage.

'Iqhikiza'

Black and white photograph of a young maiden from Eshowe dressed in traditional outfit.

'Isoka'

Black and white photograph of  young man dressed in his traditional costume which shows that he is at the right age to get married.

'Itshitshi'

Black and white photograph of a young maiden, dressed in beadwork costumes that symbolizes that she is at the right age to be married.

'Umfanyana'

Black and white photograph of a small boy dressed in ceremonial beawork costume, from Greytown.

'Utelekani'

Black and white photograph of a young man ' Isoka' wearing a necklace called 'Utelekane'.

Amatshitshi

Black and white photograph of three Eshowe girls, dressed in beadwork that indicate that they have come out of age and are ready for marriage.

Amatshitshi

Black and white photograph of three Eshowe girls, wearing their traditional clothes that show that shows that they are ready for marriage.

Beaded Cloak

Blue beaded cloak for a bride from Ndwedwe.

Insizwa

Black and white photograph of a young man dressed in his traditional outfit from Eshowe.

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