Mamuli or Mamoli is the Belis given to the bride’s family. It is the opposite of Kanatar, representing feminine energy. The omega shape resembles the womb, the source of life.
Coming in plain gold or decorated edges. From two roosters with arching feathers, two men representing their Marapu, or beloved family horses. Mamuli is the last part of the dowry, kept and worn by women. In West Sumba, women wear their Mamuli as earrings, while in East Sumba, Mamuli is worn as a pendant, hanging on the coral necklace.