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Isicholo Bridal Red-Ocher Hat from South Africa's Zulu Tribe

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Designed and produced in the mid-20th century Cotton, human hair over a grass-fiber basketry frame Excellent condition Measures: 31.25" H x 21.25" W Provenance: Ethnic Gallery.

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    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions

    H 31.25 in. x Dm 21.25 in.

    H 79.38 cm x Dm 53.98 cm

  • Diameter
    21.25 in. (53.98 cm)
  • Seller location
    Miami, FL
  • Reference number
    LU308138761663

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