Tigrina Woman - Charcoal on Paper Framed
Tigrina Woman - Charcoal on Paper Framed

Tigrina Woman - Charcoal on Paper Framed

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The Tigrinya people are descendants of early Semitic- speaking peoples

The way of life of the Tigrinya people, especially those living in a the rural area, has changed very little over the years. Most still are sedentary farmers. The weather, mainly the rain, plays a great role in their lifestyles. Weddings, for example, are usually held during the months of January and February right after harvest when the crop pantries are full.

Among Tigrinya women, gold jewellery is worn, particularly on holidays or for special occasions. The more important the occasion, the more gold is worn. In earlier times, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, rings, and armbands were made of silver or wood, though gold is traditionally the metal of wealth and security.

Measures 

11 x 14 inches and comes with a frame and glass

Only 10 Numbered/ Limited Edition (with Authenticity Certificate /Frame)

Only 100 Numbered/ Open Edition - Not Framed