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Composed of two strips of hide as well as one horizontal and one vertical inserted bead work panel of predominantly triangular patterns, the horizontal panel has black triangles on a white background while the vertical panel has white triangles on a black background. Three looped strings of ostrich egg beads are placed on each side of the centre panel of beads. One of these sides has an additional shorter string of ostrich egg beads. On one side of the centre panel of beads, there are six short strings of black and white beads. Blue trade beads. On the other side, there are seven strings of beads.

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Woman's belt, made to be worn above a traditional skirt (e.g. Aa4 and Aa5) for ceremonial occasions.

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