A beaded eye or forehead veil, worn by Kutchi (Kutchee) tribal girls and designed to be attached either to a headdress or a strap. This piece, while not very old, has been worn and carries unmistakable sweat and wear marks on the reverse cotton side. The asymmetrical addition of green beads on one side suggests that the wearer, or one of her relatives, may have made the Haj. A very collectible piece, and one that may also be worn easily around the throat as a choker with the addition of a clasp. Afghanistan.