The South Ndebele peoples of Africa wear neck rings as part of their traditional dress and as a sign of wealth and status. Only married women are allowed to wear the rings, called dzilla. Within the Ndebele tribe, the women wear copper and brass rings not only around their necks, but around their legs and arms, as well. The rings are given to the women by their husbands and worn as a sign of faithfulness, and were once removed only after the women died—today, however, the women don’t tend to wear them permanently.
- Signed and numbered limited edition print
- Includes hand-signed Certificate of Authenticity (COA)
- Includes 4"x6" card of the story behind the art
- 14"H x 11" W
- Lot Size: 100
- Medium: Pencil
- Paper: Fine textured art paper
- Framing not included
Attention Art Buyers:
- Open edition prints are not hand-signed or numbered.
- COA is only included with purchase of a limted edition print.
- Story cards are included with purchase of a limited edition or open edition.