Search

Search results:

Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Kufiyyah - a cap for boys.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Collection made up of 11 pieces: a sword and 10 knives of varying lengths; it is part of eastern Sudan heritage (the Hadandawa tribe).
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Necklace of colourful little beads (suksuk); part of Darfur's heritage.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Wooden container (carved or lathed), used for keeping materials of traditional perfumes for brides, such as mahlab and sandal wood.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Funduk (wooden mortar) used for grinding the ingredients of traditional Sudanese perfumes.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Bowl made of wood, used for serving food.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Kufiyyah: used for ornamentation.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: A leather handbag with a wooden utensil inside, used for holding important items.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: A knife that is worn on a man's arm to show strength part of the heritage of eastern Sudan.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Wooden and leather ornaments for adorning girls' heads.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Two khinjars and a sayf (sword) in the same sheath - from the heritage of eastern Sudan.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Jewelry worn on the ears or on hair braids.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: A traditional dagger of the Hadandawa tribe, eastern Sudan, including a leather sheath and three blades (the central blade now missing).
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Basic shape of a leg of a traditional bed ['angareib], carved from wood.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Dagger made of iron with a wooden hilt; the sheath is made of leather with seashell ornamentation; it is part of eastern Sudan heritage.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Gourd used for drinking water and also used as a percussion instrument played during wedding parties.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Strand of beads used for glorifying God and made from 1000 stones from the fruits of the soap berry tree.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Traditional water container made of leather, dating back to the Mahdia era.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Jewellery worn around the neck of the groom at jartig (a traditional ritualistic wedding ceremony) always black.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Decoration usually made of silver and worn by girls around the ankles.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Leather case or container with seashell decoration.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Decorative ornament made of iron for horses and from silver for brides; it has various uses, as it can be worn as a necklace or as an earring, it is a type of accessory, and it is part of the heritage of Sudan at large.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: ? a broken piece of an ornamented bowl used for serving food on special occasions. It is also used for preparing dilkah (traditional perfumed scrubbing pulp) for brides.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Jewellery worn around the neck at jartig (a traditional ritualistic small family party on the first day of the wedding after the main ceremony is over), always black.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: A sayf (sword) with a sheath of leather and silver - from the heritage of eastern Sudan.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: Wooden container, used for preserving traditional perfumes materials such as mahlab and sandalwood.
Collection: saadiaelsalahi.saadiaelsalahi
Description: A necklace of colourful little beads (suksuk).
Items: 27
Add filter

Collection

Media type

Note to user

Dear user,

In response to current developments in the web technology used by the Goobi viewer, the software no longer supports your browser.

Please use one of the following browsers to display this page correctly.

Thank you.