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Adornment Gallery

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Choose from 36 pictures in our Adornment collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The dangers of getting a personal tattoo
The dangers of getting a personal tattoo
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Sumerian Jewellery Bc
Sumerian Jewellery Bc
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Two Girls of the Nuer Tribe - Sudan
Two Girls of the Nuer Tribe - Sudan
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Rear view of two young Zulu Women, South Africa
Rear view of two young Zulu Women, South Africa
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Kikuyu Women, Kenya
Kikuyu Women, Kenya
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Patara, Maori Chieftain, New Zealand
Patara, Maori Chieftain, New Zealand
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Ongoing restoration to Entrance of Petit Trianon, Versailles
Ongoing restoration to Entrance of Petit Trianon, Versailles
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Amber jewelry. Shop window
Amber jewelry. Shop window
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Madagascan Sakalave (Sakalava) Woman
Madagascan Sakalave (Sakalava) Woman
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The Stripes / Chevrons of Glory - earned by a French Soldier
The Stripes / Chevrons of Glory - earned by a French Soldier
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Flower Festival Competition Winner - Decorated Bicycle
Flower Festival Competition Winner - Decorated Bicycle
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Asia Minor. Ancient Art. Maiden in Wedding adornment. 100-50
Asia Minor. Ancient Art. Maiden in Wedding adornment. 100-50
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Ongoing restoration to Entrance of Petit Trianon, Versailles Featured Image

Ongoing restoration to Entrance of Petit Trianon, Versailles

Women from Bukina Faso - showing the distinctive elaborate hairstyling and head adornment, and the varieties of colourful clothing being worn. They are from the Toucouleurs or Tukulor (or Haalpulaaren) tribe, a group distinct from but related to the Fula, a sedentary, agricultural people, living primarily in West Africa. Date: circa 1902

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Madonna in a garland of flowers, 1616-1617, by Rubens (1577
Madonna in a garland of flowers, 1616-1617, by Rubens (1577
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Greek art. Hunting dog. About 360 BC
Greek art. Hunting dog. About 360 BC
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Gold ornaments of a belt
Gold ornaments of a belt
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Metal Age. Gold ornaments with lions head. Womans grave fr
Metal Age. Gold ornaments with lions head. Womans grave fr
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Circular bronze belt ornaments. Bronze Age. 1400 BC. Found a
Circular bronze belt ornaments. Bronze Age. 1400 BC. Found a
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Woman by a mirror, 1930s, by Madame Yevonde
Woman by a mirror, 1930s, by Madame Yevonde
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Anonymous portrait, first quarter 17th.c. Oil
Anonymous portrait, first quarter 17th.c. Oil
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Earmuff with Moche warrior. Gold, shells, turquoises
Earmuff with Moche warrior. Gold, shells, turquoises
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Circular Fibula studded with rhinestones, 7th. century
Circular Fibula studded with rhinestones, 7th. century
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Zulu Dancers/Tresses
Zulu Dancers/Tresses
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Lebanon - Married Druze Woman with Tantour hat
Lebanon - Married Druze Woman with Tantour hat
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East African Woman - Braided Hair, shell necklace
East African Woman - Braided Hair, shell necklace
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Lebanon - Married Druze Woman with Tantour hat Featured Image

Lebanon - Married Druze Woman with Tantour hat

The traditional vertigious tantour hat of a married Druze (a monotheistic religious community) woman of Lebanon (sadly not an example of the popular trend to replicate the landscape of late 19th century Sheffield at parties in Damascus...!!). The tantour, similar to the hennin (worn in the late Middle Ages by European women of the nobility), was popular in the Levant during the nineteenth century, but seldom seen after 1850 - making this card somewhat of a rarity. The height of the tantour was proportional to the wealth of its owner. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Japanese - Geisha Girls - Studio Photograph
Japanese - Geisha Girls - Studio Photograph
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A mounted Emir of the Western Sudan, Nigeria, Africa
A mounted Emir of the Western Sudan, Nigeria, Africa
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Vietnam - Traditional costume of woman from Chinese border
Vietnam - Traditional costume of woman from Chinese border
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Dinka Man with elaborate head and neck decoration - Sudan
Dinka Man with elaborate head and neck decoration - Sudan
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The seducer - Amorous advances by a young Russian
The seducer - Amorous advances by a young Russian
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Angola - Woman with extraordinary jewellery
Angola - Woman with extraordinary jewellery
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African man with lip plate
African man with lip plate
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Two Kenyan Men
Two Kenyan Men
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Kenyan Men in full ceremonial attire
Kenyan Men in full ceremonial attire
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Central African Republic - Baya People (Gbaya)
Central African Republic - Baya People (Gbaya)
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Zulu man in marital costume
Zulu man in marital costume
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The personification of Hope
The personification of Hope
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African man with lip plate Featured Image

African man with lip plate

An African man from the Zambezi region in Africa, with an extraordinary lip plate, haning from the top of his mouth below his chin. He also wears a series of metal rings around his ankles. The Zambezi (Zambesi) River runs almost the breadth of south central Africa, running through Zambia, DR Congo, Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Malawi and Tanzania

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection