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Image included in the publication "African Elegance" by Alice Mertens & Joan Broster. Published by Purnell in 1973. || Focus on the Transkei Xhosa-speaking groups, the Gcaleka, Tembu, Pondo, Bomvana, Mpondomise, Bhaca, Xesibe and Fingo.

Image included in the publication "African Elegance" by Alice Mertens & Joan Broster. Published by Purnell in

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Dan masks are sacred objects.Dan masks are used for protection and as a channel for communication with the spirit world. The Dan also carry small ‘passport masks’ for personal protection when they are

West Africa | "Queen Mother"  Ivory Coast | ©Gold of Africa Museum, Cape Town

Safari Fusion: African gold image from Gold Of Africa Museum, Cape Town. Maybe an African Iris Apfel?

Ethiopian cross pendant silver pierced, worn by the Christian communities of Ethiopia, Christian enclave in East Africa from the fourth cent...

Ethiopian cross pendant silver pierced, worn by the Christian communities of Ethiopia, Christian enclave in East Africa from the fourth century DC. The silver pectoral crosses accompany the life of the faithful and Ethiopians are the result of inventivene

Gaye McDonald wearing prints by Vlisco, photographed by Barrie Hullegie & Sabrina Bongiovanni

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The people of Meghwal tribe are originally from Marwar in Rajasthan. These days they are also found living in western Gujarat near the Pakistan border.

Africa | Details of the back of a Himba woman's clothing that she wears on a daily basis, Namibia | © Philippe Clairo ~ Craignos, via Flickr

Details of the back of a Himba woman's clothing that she wears on a daily basis, Namibia © Philippe Clairo ~ Craignos

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