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Plata colgante Tribal encanto Boho plata cordón de ante por RONIMO

Plata colgante Tribal encanto Boho plata cordón de ante por RONIMO

Kenya; Borana speak an Oromo language spoken by three major peoples. Their way of life is organized around the family’s animals: cattle but also goats, sheep and sometimes camels. Because of the changing land and more frequent droughts, they tend to rear camels instead of cattle. Livestock (cattle and camels) is the main source of wealth, and serves as payment of the bride, sacrifices and legal fines.

Borana Tribe Woman, Marsabit District, Marsabit, Kenya by Eric Lafforgue

Engraved Norse Wedding Ring With Dramatic Design in Sterling

Engraved Norse Wedding Ring With Dramatic Design in Sterling

Layaway: $850 + $12 shipping. First payment: $400. Vintage Bavarian Charivari Fox Teeth Jaw Locket. 800 Silver Taxidermy Pendant. A little creepy but intriguing, this taxidermy item comes from German Bavaria. Its traditional hunters trophy called charivari as the name for the dangling silver ornaments worn with lederhosen. It was made in 1900s. MADE OF: Real fox jaw in 800 silver mount. ( acid and stone tested). CONDITION: Very good antique condition, as seen, with no loses. One of tusk...

Vintage Bavarian Charivari Fox Teeth Jaw by MinistryofLight

Silver German Coin Ring 1874-1916 Germany 1 by WorldCoinWorks

Silver German Coin Ring - Choose Your Date - Germany 1 Mark Coin

Art Deco 1930's 3.02ct t.w. Aquamarine & by YourJewelryFinder

Find Art Deco t. Aquamarine & Diamond Filigree Engraved Ring on Antique & Estate Jewelry

Tuareg antigua Cruz de plata Amazigh mágico Islam Museo nómada beduino Sahara Malí Níger Túnez África Asia India

old Tuareg cross silver Amazigh magical Museum Islam nomadic Bedouin Sahara Mali Niger Tunisia Africa Asia India

Antiguo Tuareg Cruz plata Touareg Agadez Primitiv por reise180

Antiguo Tuareg Cruz plata Touareg Agadez Primitiv por reise180

Konga Currency. Nkutshu People. They were made by the Nkutshu smiths who gave them to the Song-Meno in exchange for copper in its raw state. They were most important objects used for payment of the marriage dowry. Location: West Africa/Zaire | Dimensions: 17.5" x 10" x 2.75" | With Stand 19" x 12.75" x 4.5".

They were made by the Nkutshu smiths who gave them to the Song-Meno in exchange for copper in its raw state. They were most important objects used for payment of the marriage dow…

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lines of time in her face.but her eyes are kind, her smile is gentle

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