YORUBA STYLE BEADWORK ARCHIVES, NIGERIA  

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

For unsold Yoruba Beadwork please GO TO YORUBA BEADWORK



 YORUBA Style
Beaded Figures 22
20.5 " high
SOLD

 

 

YORUBA
Beaded
Sheaths
SOLD


 YORUBA Style
Beaded Figure 25
19.5" high
SOLD

YORUBA Style
Beaded Figures 26
31.5" high
SOLD

 YORUBA Style
Beaded Figures 23
19" high
SOLD


 

Yoruba Style
Beaded Figures 27
27" high
SOLD

 

Yoruba Style
Beaded Figures 28
29.5" high
SOLD

 

Yoruba Style
Beaded Figures 29
27" high
SOLD



Yoruba Style
Beaded  Figure 30
27" high
SOLD

YORUBA STYLE
Beaded Gourd 17
17" high
SOLD 

YORUBA STYLE
Beaded Bottle19
12" high
SOLD

YORUBA STYLE
Beaded Gourd 15
15" high
SOLD 



YORUBA STYLE
Beaded  Object 16
21" high
SOLD

YORUBA STYLE
Beaded  Object 21
21" high
SOLD


YORUBA
Dance Skirt 2
SOLD

Photographs © Tim Hamill

YORUBA, BEADWORK, Nigeria

Beads were signs of wealth and status. Many Yoruba sacred and secular objects were embellished with elaborate images and symbolic designs created by small glass beads.

Most of our Yoruba beadwork is probably made for sale. There are some pieces vetted as authentic in the bags, crowns, panels and sheaths categories.

GO TO JUST BEAD IT EXHIBITION PAGE

GO TO BEADWORK PAGE

GO TO YORUBA SHEATHS PAGE

GO TO YORUBA SASHES PAGE

GO TO YORUBA BAGS PAGE

GO TO YORUBA CROWNS PAGE

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