Turkana Female Elder, Kenya by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

Turkana Female Elder, Kenya

A woman’s beaded necklaces indicate her family’s wealth and how many cattle are required for her hand in marriage. The colors of the beaded necklaces have coded meanings: white indicates purity, while red and yellow show vitality.
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