Craft of making butterflies from wire and beads is demonstrated for the cinema-goer.
M/S of woman seated at a table showing the camera a spool of wire and collection of beads. C/U of a woman's hands as she threads beads onto the wire. C/U of the hands to show how each bead is secured by twisting...
Exploration of South African wildlife and Zulu culture. Great shots of rhinos and of Zulu dance.
Traditional "ethnic" jewellery is the inspiration for artist Irena Corwin.
A woman makes wired jewellery using coloured beads at home.
Disturbing piece of film depicting three air hostesses visiting a native village in South Africa.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for the stories featured in CP 389
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for stories Water Clock, Flower Sculpture and Art With a Past from CP 732.
Woman demonstrates how to create flowers and ornaments from fishbones.
Hats, hairstyles and hair accessories are modelled.
Display of beautiful Czech jewellery in Prague.
Beautiful stencil colour (or hand coloured) travelogue - probably Turkey.
Nice item about schoolgirls who are learning dressmaking and hairdressing.
Jewellery is made from elephant tusks and hair.
Beads are made from wax and threaded onto string to make a necklace. Wax painting also demonstrated.
The making of a coral necklace in Torre del Greco near Naples in Italy.
Good footage of city of Benares ( Varanasi ) on the Ganges River in India.
Carole Carr shows her collection of model aircraft in her Chelsea home.
Fishermen in the Bahamas hit fish on the head, Austrian women soften hemp for spinning and bridal hairdos are seen at a Brussels hairdressing competition.
Seaweed belts, New York jewels and women roller skaters competing in a Rome stadium.
An item about a housewife with an unusual hobby - making dolls of famous personalities.
Documentary film covering the Queen's visit to Ghana and West Africa.
Old and new confronted at student's fashion show.
Cottage industry - group of women and young girls dye, spin and weave.
"Fantasy head-dresses" made from hair are modelled from the Olympia Hairdressing Fair.
An item about a taxidermy company that also makes artificial flowers from feathers.