Ndebele Skirts -5395 - Pepetu

Ndebele Skirts -5395 - Pepetu

All ex-African Heritage Trust Collection. Worn by unmarried girls.

L:13.5" W:15"

The Pepetu is a small beaded apron worn by a young Ndebele maiden in South Africa after completing the period of seclusion which constitutes female initiation. It is rectangular shape, deftly beaded, and worn with a thimba, or backskirt. The design expresses the young girl's aspirations toward marriage and her home, and is traditionally made by her mother. 13.5 x 15 inches
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