KIRDI BEADED APRONS ARCHIVES


The objects below have been sold and are left here for reference and educational purposes.

For unsold Kirdi Aprons please GO TO KIRDI BEADED APRONS PAGE

 

KIRDI 1
SOLD

KIRDI 2
SOLD
 

 

KIRDI 3
SOLD

KIRDI 4
SOLD
 

KIRDI 5
SOLD

KIRDI 8
SOLD

KIRDI 10
SOLD
 

KIRDI 11
SOLD

 

KIRDI 21
SOLD

KIRDI 23
SOLD

KIRDI 25
SOLD

KIRDI 22
SOLD

KIRDI 24
SOLD

KIRDI 13
SOLD

KIRDI 14
SOLD

KIRDI 15
SOLD

KIRDI 16
SOLD

FULANI/KIRDI
Apron 6
SOLD

 

FULANI/KIRDI
Apron 8
SOLD

 

 FULANI
Necklace 12
SOLD

 

FULANI
Necklace 13
SOLD 

Photographs © Hamill Gallery

KIRDI, BEADED APRONS, No. Cameroon

Kirdi beaded aprons, cache-sex jewelry called "pikuran", denote age, status and social condition. They were worn to attract attention and protect against evil. Our examples show a wide range of colorful, abstact patterns.

Length is longest length/width of beadwork, without string.

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