A Ceremonial Doll from the Ndebele People of South Africa. The doll is made of fabric with beaded patterns circling the body. The front of the doll has a beaded flower shape on the lower half of the body. Around the neck of the Ndebele doll are gold rings that are used by the Ndebele People to stretch their necks. This doll is used during courtship for the Ndebele People. A suitor would place a doll outside a young woman’s hut indicating his intention to propose marriage to her.