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Round Hole Top Pendant 1

Tribal paintings

Painting the face with different patterns and symbols has been part of the tradition of many cultures, including African ones. Face painting, which is usually complemented with body painting, is done according to the tribal rites and cultural activities of each African tribe. This tradition has different purposes and meanings for each tribe. One can highlight facial paintings for hunting rituals, transitional rituals of adulthood, "weddings" and other celebrations. Each painting carries mysticism and an intrinsic message that allows communicating with the rest of the community. Variants are diverse and have been an inspiration to photographers and artists from around the world. This same inspiration gave rise to a circular pendant with geometric perforations that resemble the face paintings of this region.

Necklace

Item Description

Pendant

Type - Round Hole Top 1

Inspiration - Africa

Material - polymer composite with high percentage of spent coffee grounds

The piece features marks and patterns characteristic of this material

Necklace

Material - Round Ethnic Tribal Cotton Cord

Colour - 

Code 14 01 089- Multicolored 1

Code 14 01 090- Multicolored 2

Code 14 01 091- Multicolored 3

Code 14 01 092- Multicolored 4

Style - Monofilament

Accessories - Pendant stand and metal clasp

Measure - 50 cm

Handmade item

Code 14 01 089- Multicolored 1

Code 14 01 090- Multicolored 2 

Code 14 01 091- Multicolored 3

Code 14 01 092- Multicolored 4 

Earrings

Code 14 01 204

Item Description

Earrings

Type - Round Hole Top 1

Inspiration - Africa

Material - polymer composite with high percentage of spent coffee grounds

The piece features marks and patterns characteristic of this material

Fixation

Material - Stainless steel (antiallergic)

Stile - Hook earrings

Handmade item

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References:

www.brazilianbeautysite.wordpress.com/2016/04/26/pinturas-tribais-africanas

english.alarabiya.net/en/life-style/fashion-and-beauty/2016/11/26/African-tribal-make-up-What-s-behind-the-face-paint-.html

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