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Contemporary African Native/Ethnic Costumes (After 1960)



Contemporary African Native/Ethnic Costumes (After 1960) :



Examples such as Fulani, Hausa, and Messerian tack reflect the influence of Islam and borrow many elements from Arabian costume design. Horses, mules or donkeys are allowed.






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Photo Credit:

El Cid
Black Nigerian-bred stallion
Mold: Breyer Adios cm by S. Guffy
Owner: Kimberley Jacobs
Comment: OTHER COSTUME: Hausa (Northern Nigerian) Native Costume; Props, tack, doll, photo by K. Jacobs.

Photo Credit:

Deirah
Info: Bay Arabian mare
Mold: Ltd. Ed. Desert Song resin by D. Lenzner
Owner: Kimberley Jacobs
Comment: OTHER COSTUME: Contemporary Ethiopian Tribal Chief with bodyguard; Props, tack, dolls, photo by K. Jacobs.


Photo Credit:

Fulani
Owner: Kimberley Jacobs
Comment: Props, tack, doll, photo by K. Jacobs.

Photo Credit:

Messerian
Owner: Kimberley Jacobs
Comment: OTHER COSTUME: Sudanese Costume; Props, tack, dolls, photo by K. Jacobs.


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