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Bracelet

Acquired by the donor in Ghadames, Libya in 1975. Their appearance in Libya is likely due to the caravan routes of the semi nomadic Tuareg. Very early examples of Fulani-made...

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Bracelet

An intricate bracelet of twisted copper alloy wire (ubusenga). Copper was made available via the coastal Thonga who traded with Europeans at Delagoa Bay (Mozambique)....

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Bracelet

Although no similar examples are known, among Xhosa-speakers a custom of amputating part of the small finger has been recorded....

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Bracelet

This is a prestigious token of membership associated with the Lemba, a successful mercantile elite who conducted trade directly with Europeans on the coast. The Lemba actively recruited the influential,...

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Bracelet

This white alloy bracelet was crafted in the Mada Hills and then traded in Keffi Market. It was manufactured using the lost-wax casting technique with reused scrap metal, probably a...

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Bracelet

This heavy metal bracelet comes from India. Bracelets like this were traditionally worn by married women who were supposed to wear bracelets or bangles on their wrists at all times...

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Bracelet

This heavy metal bracelet comes from India. Bracelets like this were traditionally worn by married women who were supposed to wear bracelets or bangles on their wrists at all times...

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Bracelet

This heavy metal bracelet comes from India. Bracelets like this were traditionally worn by married women who were supposed to wear bracelets or bangles on their wrists at all times...

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Bracelet

Bracelets linked by a snakeskin band. Bracelets are made of coiled copper alloy wire and copper beads, probably of local manufacture. Collected before 1921....

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