Pendentif amulette ou tshérot, tshérot ta n idmaren, Mali Argent, cuivre, laiton, cuir, vert de Kano (chèvre) L. pendentif seul: 11,5 cm; l. 10 cm L. totale: environ 51 cm Tshérot plate de forme générale… - Binoche et Giquello - 01/03/2013
"Finger rings 'tisek' are passed between Tuareg women and men as signs of affection. Those with carnelian setting are believed to have the same properties as 'tanfouk' pendants in healing wounds and averting the evil eye." Rings shown here are from Mali.
Up close and personal with amazing portraits of African tribespeople
View Stock Photo of Mali Timbuktu A Tuareg Woman With Silver Jewellery Dances While Her Companions Sing And Maintain A Rhythm In A Semicircle Near Their Desert Home North Of Timbuktu. Find premium, high-resolution photos at Getty Images.
TAUREG WOMAN The Tuareg (also spelled Twareg or Touareg; endonym Imuhagh) are a Berber people with a traditionally nomadic pastoralist lifestyle. They are the principal inhabitants of the Saharan interior of North Africa.
Portrait of a Wodaabe woman in Niger, Africa. Her face combines both permanent tattoos and face painting elements. "African Body Painting, Tattoos and Scarification" by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher, 2012