Hi Randy, this is very similar to the traditional jewellery of Borneo. We bought a few items on our last visit to Kuching.Duncan In Kuantan
belle collection de bracelet, j'aime bien celui en bleu
More amazing colors...
I do like the bright colors of African art and jewelry. They seem to radiate the sun!
Lots of beautiful colors in this picture!Léia
Who knew about all of this stuff? We have arts and crafts fairs here but I've not seen anything like this. You are fortunately to have such craftsmen/women come to the Santa Fe area.
The bright colors are gorgeous!
wonderful ! love all these colours
Whooooo. I'm a bracelet/watch guy. I like to wear them and I love women who load their wrists. I want one of theses.
I can see how you were drawn to his works. Designs and colors are eye catching!
This jewelry exudes happiness.
Beautiful beautiful colors on your blog these days!
really bright and beautiful!
beautiful bead work.
Thanks for the link. Wonderful bead work. I should take a photo of a spectacular necklace I bought in Cape Town years ago. I'd love to go back, too.
You couldn't help being drawn to such colourful pieces Randy, African beadwork is fabulous.
I used you and your blog in my blog today ... with a thank you!
Colorful, is right. Such small beads. This looks like a lot of work went into each piece.
Such incredible colours you have been showing us!
So colorful and beautiful!
Yup, that's exactly what I meant the other day when I commented about beading. Oh you cruel blogger!!! :-)
A lot of color in this shot, Randy!
Ah not the gold and silver kind but just as pretty!
The colors and patterns are dazzling, Randy.
Santa Fe is probably the most colorful place ever. Even the festivals and markets are bursting with color!Bises,Genie
This brings back so many memories of the Samburu and Maasai people. I will never forget being among them in Kenya and Tanzania.
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