Physical Description: Necklet comprising of two strings of pink, white and blue beads, strung on plant fibre, terminating in a rectangle of white, blue, and pink beadwork. There is a loop of plant fibre at one corner of the rectangle.
Making African Connections
Whole: 180 mm x 65 mm x 5 mm
Glass; Plant fibre
Donated to Brighton Museum by Wlliam S Proctor in 1935. A note in the accession register reads:'Asked for further information, Mr Proctor replied, 9th Sept 1935: "A brother of mine, who has lived in South Africa for some years, gave me the beadwork when I was out there in 1912. He told me it had come from Bechuanaland, and that it had come into his possession, as far as I can recollect, about 1910."'
Harrismith, Free State, South Africa, Southern Africa, Africa
Botswana, Southern Africa, Africa
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