Neolithic stone beads from early settlements in Sahara, North Africa, ca. Using simple hand-carved tools, stones were placed on a grooved stone and pecked out from both sides. Holes are generally not smooth nor even.
Type: For Personal Adornment Object Name: Anklet Place Made: Africa: East Africa, Kenya People: Kamba Period: century Date: 1900 - 1999 Dimensions: L 20 cm x W 8 cm Techniques: Beadwork; beadwork ID Number: Credit: Gift of Max Allen
Africa Woman's veil / head cloth weight ~ Tassassarut ~ from the Tuareg people, northwest Azawagh, Niger Brass, copper and iron ca. These take the form of a traditional Tuareg padlock key. 900 - for each lot of 3 ~ (Feb