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A woman of the Ullimeden Tuareg wears tsabit earings with a pyramid shaped terminal knob. These intricately decorated earrings of solid silver are an obvious mark of wealth. Middle Niger. | ©Angela Fisher, Africa Adorned, 1984

An Ullimeden Tuareg woman wearing intricately decorated earrings of solid silver, Sahara on JSTOR

Africa | Tuareg chief, Hamadaba Muhammad of Mali | © 'Africa Adorned'. Angela Fisher. //

Tuareg chief, Hamadaba Muhammad of Mali © 'Africa Adorned'.

Africa | Tuareg man; the higher the social standing of a Tuareg the more concerned he will be to conceal his face on meeting strangers. He will make certain that he does not reveal the tip of his nose, and will often hitch the 'tegalmoust' so high that only his eyes may be seen. | ©Angela Fisher; from her publication "Africa Adorned".

Tuareg man with veil - a sign of male maturity and status. Christine Brown: Textiles for the Head: Utility, Identity, Authority

Africa |  Rings from the Tuareg people of Algeria (top two)  and from Niger (bottom 4)  | Silver #africa rings design jewelry silver

Africa Rings from the Tuareg people of Algeria (top two) and from Niger (bottom Silver

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