Title: Linga Koba "Long Tears"
An Ndebele mother in South Africa will wear a handband to
which is attached long strands of beadwork symbolizing tears
or Linga Koba. These are worn to represent the sadness and
joy when her son comes of age.
From the African Heritage
Trust Collection, these "Long Tears" predate the 1950's.
Dimensions: 6' ( or 72") height x 9" width x 1 1/4" depth - Fully mounted with black background.