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  • Source of title proper: Chloe Rushovich for FHYA using Msunduzi Museum materials

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  • 2017 - (Online curation)
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    Five Hundred Year Archive (FHYA)
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    Digital image by Msunduzi Museum Collection
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    Msunduzi Museum incorporating the Voortrekker Complex
  • 1983/01/05 - (Custody)
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    Natal Museum Services
  • 1949 - 1974 (Collection)
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    Reverend P. Stander
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[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2018, using Msunduzi materials:
Addisionele Inligting: Kenners meen die krale is van verskeie waarskynlik ingevoer deur die Portugese en deur die Engelse handelaars van Natal aan die Zoeloes verkoop of verruil. Het moontlik aan die Koninginne behoort.
Onderweros Hoof/de: Vowkekunde
Title Spesifieke Naam/Titel: Krale-Kroonjuwele
Aanwinsno: DSS84
Datum: 05/01/83
Tydelike/Leningsno:
Ras: Zoeloe
Volksnaam/Skrywer Medeling: Umgexe wamaqanda, basho owendlovukazi
Oorsprong: Verskeie
Vindplek: Umgewing van Moorsplaas, N. Natal
Materiaal: Glas
Metode van Vervaardering/Tegniek: Fabriek
Funksie: Verseering
Mate: Van 17 mm tot 64 mm in omtrek
Kleur: Rooi - wit, groen, swart, blou
Styl:
Verdere Beskrywing: 14 verskillende tipes krale op een string; 2 groot rooies - gebreek en met wit binne; 2 kleiner groen krale ook stukkend; 2 swart krale; 2 lig groen krale - stukkend; 1 blou krale; 2 rooies; 2 klein groenies
Geskiedenis:
Toestand: Party goed, party stukkend
Restorasie:
Aanskaffing: Uit versameling van Ds. P. Stander destyds van Dingaanstat sending stasie 1949-1974. Uit versameling van wyk Mnr. Paul. Bestuurde destyds van Moordplaas was in ǹ kleipot wat oopgespoel het.]

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[Source - Translated from Afrikaans into English by Athos Rushovich for FHYA, 2018, using Msunduzi materials:
Additional Information: Experts are of the opinion that the beads are from varying origins and are likely to have been imported by Portuguese and English traders and were sold to or traded with the Zulus. Possibly owned by the Queens
Subject Heading/s:
Specific Name/Title: Beads and Crown Jewels
Accession No.: DSS84
Date: 05/01/83
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Race: Zulu
Indiginous[sic] Name/Author Statement: Umgexe wamaqanda, basho owendlovukazi
Origin: Various
Location: Vicinity of Moordplaas, Northern Natal
Material: Glass
Method of Manufacture/Technique: Fabricated
Function: Decoration
Measurements: Between 17mm and 64mm in diameter
Colour: Red, white, green, black, blue
Style:
Further Description: 14 different types of beads on one string; 2 large red ones, broken, with a white interior; 2 smaller green beads, also broken; 2 black beads; 2 light green beads, broken; 1 blue one; 2 red ones; 3 small green ones
History:
Condition: Some in good condition, others broken
Restoration:
Acquisition: From the collection of Pastor P Stander, at the time, resident of Dingaan Street Mission Station (1949 – 1974). A clay pot that washed up was acquired from the collection of Mr Paul van Wyk , who was, at the time, the manager of Moordplaas]

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