2nd half 20th century - Very good condition, slightly used with small signs of wear
|Total nr of items:||2|
|Object:||Necklace (More lots)|
|Indigenous object name:||Tamba|
|Ethnic group/ culture:||Baoulé|
|Region/ country:||Ivory Coast|
|Period:||2nd half 20th century|
|Condition:||Very good condition, slightly used with small signs of wear|
|Sold with stand:||No|
Nice quality Tamba necklaces
Multi color necklace; 48 strand of 'seed' trade beads.
Length of the necklace ; 48 cm
Beads: ø 2 mm
red/yellow necklace; 14 strand of 'seed' trade beads.
Length of the necklace ; 40 cm
Beads: ø 4 mm
The necklaces are made in Ivory Coast but the beads itself are made as Trade beads and originate from Europe, Venice and/or Bohemian beads (Czech Republic)
Tamba belts are strands of 20-100 strands of glass beads worn as a necklace or as waist beads.
Private collection of Floris van Luin, The Netherlands.
Catawiki member since October 9, 2016, received 90 reviews in total (23 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (23 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
Llego en perfectas condiciones. Me ha decepcionado bastante, es una pena que no lo enviasen con el soporte. No lo volvería a comprar, había opciones mucho más interesantes por éste precio
Thank you - we received the stool in good shape.
If you have any other interesting stuff for resale, I would love to hear from you.
Best regards, Ragnar - firstname.lastname@example.org
The trade I made was OK. Fair and fast.
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|Rest of Europe||$25.84|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Haarlem (Noord Holland), The Netherlands.
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