“Tradition” – Namibia


Two small jugs connected by a leather strap, meant to hold a paste made of red-sand soil from Namibia mixed with oil, called otijze; the women of the Himba tribe, known for leaving their upper bodies exposed, rub the paste on their bodies and hair in a thick layer that is never washed off. In addition, there is a figure of a man from the Himba tribe wearing jewelry made of colorful beads around his neck. He is holding a small vessel made of decorated wood in his hands.

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