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In addition to Facial Painting, Flocking and Rooted Lashes, This Ken Features:

From the Kingdom of Swaziland, a country landlocked within South Africa, comes our Swazi Ken who was inspired by the famed warrior Shaka ka Senzangakhona aka Shaka Zulu known as one of the greatest Zulu kings.

Our fierce warrior Ken wears a Shaka inspired ensemble that begins with an impressive collar of black satin which has been covered in hand-sewn beadwork in shades of black, white and hints of red.

Running along the entire edge of the hand-beaded collar is a border of lush faux fur in white with striped strands running throughout.

Swazi ken wears a black loincloth complete with a panel skirt at both front and back which have been dramatically covered in hand-sewn beadwork of black and white to represent a zebra print.

Panels have been further accented with lattice borders of hand-sewn red seed beads.

Upper arms have been bedecked with black satin armbands also bedecked with hand-sewn beadwork.

Calves have been fitted with black satin bands which also have been richly hand-beaded in black, white, and red and also feature the same unusual faux fur as in collar.

Dramatic is Swazi Ken’s warrior headdress all in black matte satin covered in hand-sewn beadwork of black and white.

A plume of feathers in black, white and red sit atop the headdress.

Swazi Ken carries the quintessential Shaka shield which has been created black satin and absolutely smothered in a hand-beaded animal print in black and white.

Staff of shield in black features a leather wrapped base and a fur wrapped top in black leather straps.

At back of shield, a black leather holder has been added which features a snap closure.

Swazi ken also carries his authentic spear

Genuine black leather sandals have been accented with hand-sewn white and red seed bead rows.

Wrists are adorned with black ties, wooden beads and gold braided bracelets.

Black hair worn short and cropped.

Custom flocked beard and body hair.

Doll Formerly: “Barbie Basics 002 – Model #17”

Swaziland Zulu Ken

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