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Africa | Costume for a female diviner (Igqirakazi) and on the right the costume for a Diviner's Acolyte (Umkhwetha).  Thembu (Xhosa) people, South Africa. | Prior to 1966

Africa | Costume for a female diviner (Igqirakazi) and on the right the costume for a Diviner's Acolyte (Umkhwetha). Thembu (Xhosa) people, South Africa. | Prior to 1966

MaXhosa | Justina Blakeney Est. 1979 Latest African Fashion, African Prints, African fashion styles, African clothing, Nigerian style, Ghanaian fashion, African women dresses, African Bags, African shoes, Nigerian fashion, Ankara, Aso okè, Kenté, brocade etc ~DK

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MaXhosa | Justina Blakeney Est. 1979 Latest African Fashion, African Prints, African fashion styles, African clothing, Nigerian style, Ghanaian fashion, African women dresses, African Bags, African shoes, Nigerian fashion, Ankara, Aso okè, Kenté, brocade etc ~DK

"Xhosa dancers adorned in traditional Xhosa beadwork, #MaXhosaByLaduma inspiration. | #MyHeritageMyInheritamce #IamWearingMyMoney | by: @allenvisuals"

"Xhosa dancers adorned in traditional Xhosa beadwork, #MaXhosaByLaduma inspiration. | #MyHeritageMyInheritamce #IamWearingMyMoney | by: @allenvisuals"

South Africa | Personal ornament; glass beads, fiber, tin box (English) | ca. 1933 or earlier | Possibly made by the Xhosa (Tsolo, Eastern Cape) or (Griqualand East, KwaZulu Natal) people

South Africa | Personal ornament; glass beads, fiber, tin box (English) | ca. 1933 or earlier | Possibly made by the Xhosa (Tsolo, Eastern Cape) or (Griqualand East, KwaZulu Natal) people

South Africa | Personal ornament; glass beads and cotton | Possibly from the Xhosa people | ca. 1954 or earlier

South Africa | Personal ornament; glass beads and cotton | Possibly from the Xhosa people | ca. 1954 or earlier

Xhosa lady in South African traditional clothing!:

Xhosa lady in South African traditional clothing!:

Unidentified Xhosa artist. Neck Ornament (Love Letter), 1930s - 1940s. Glass seed beads, fiber, 3 1/2 x 2 3/4 in. (8.9 x 7.0 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lorenz, 1996.202.13.

Unidentified Xhosa artist. Neck Ornament (Love Letter), 1930s - 1940s. Glass seed beads, fiber, 3 1/2 x 2 3/4 in. (8.9 x 7.0 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lorenz, 1996.202.13.

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