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    • Jocolo Apron

    • Jocolo Apron
    • Ndebele Tribe
    • Communication Artifact; Personal Symbol
    • An Ndebele married woman wears a five-paneled beaded goatskin apron called a "Jocolo" on important ceremonial occasions. It is prepared for the woman by her husband and is worn plain for several months before being replaced by a beaded one. Each...
    • Jocolo, detail

    • Jocolo, detail
    • Ndebele Tribe
    • Communication Artifact; Personal Symbol
    • A detail of three of the beaded panels on a "Jocolo" apron worn by a married woman. These are approximately size 8 glass seed beads. The beads are attached in groups, not individually sewn down. There may be 15 beads in a group. This method of...
    • Mapoto Apron

    • Mapoto Apron
    • Ndebele Tribe
    • Communication Artifact; Personal Symbol
    • A two-panel beaded goatskin apron worn by married women. This is a less formal style than the Jocolo (also shown in this Collection). It has knotted and beaded fringes separating the 2 beaded panels. Old ones like this have a leather base, but...

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