This is a 1952 Old Beautiful Black and White Beaded Anklet with Designs on Both Sides from the Zulu Tribe of South Africa. This design is made out of tiny glass beads identified as a Zulu anklet known as Idavati. The Zulu style is recognized by the use of bands of different colors of beads alternating with white beads and by the technique used. They are mainly used by young bride during the wedding ceremony to symbolize her virgin status. This is a true collectors item and hard to find a matched pair. This pair of an anklets would be a wonderful addition to your home or collection.
Late 20th Century
Shows Natural Age and Wear
8 Inches Long
2 Inches Wide
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