African beadwork - Stock Image

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Beads are made and worn by women of the Samburu (related to the Masai) tribe in Kenya.
The beads come from Czechoslovakia and are theaded onto wires and in the more elaborate designs, stiched onto animal skin. The different designs indicate a lot about the status of the wearer: if she is married, if she has children, if she has a circumcised son, etc.
They are also sold to tourists and provide an important income for the village.

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Uploaded on: 04-07-07 © Liz Leyden
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