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These Samburu beaded collars were traditionally given to Samburu women upon marriage. SAME collars were also worn by the Rendile women. When elephants were plentiful in the northern desert areas of Kenya, these collars were made of elephant hair instead of palm fibers.
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  •  I have not seen one of these in  a long while.  A really nice tribal traditional piece!
  • Dear Linda Pastorino,

    I have 2 pcs of the Samburu collar on sale each at $300 including shipping. Please tell me if you may need them.

    Terry Anderson
  • Thanks for letting me know.  I have not had a client for one in a while but will let you know if anyone I know is looking for one. How old do you think these are any idea? when were they collected?




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