Zulu Hats

The Zulu hats or Isicholos, originated from Kwazulu Natal stronghold of the powerful Zulu nation of South Africa. Theses hats are traditionally worn by married women for ceremonial celebrations. They are hand woven from cotton or rope or vegetable fiber dyed with ochre and covered over a basket frame.
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