Speaking With Beads

Speaking With Beads

Zulu Arts From Southern Africa

Book - 1994
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The beadwork designs of the Zulu-speaking people of southern Africa have evolved from a craft tradition that developed over many generations. Carefully researched and filled with exciting photographs, 'Speaking with Beads' presents jewelry, ornamental headdresses, capes, aprons, beaded panels and other decorative forms.
Publisher: New York : Thames and Hudson, c1994
ISBN: 0500277575
Branch Call Number: 746.50968 MOR
Characteristics: 94 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Preston-Whyte, Eleanor


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