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Africa | A decorated calabash  used by the Hamer  people of Ethiopia | ca. 1980

Gourde a graines Koessi - Hamer / Bashada

Borana milk container, Ethiopia

A decorated gourd for carrying the milk from the Arsi people of Ethiopia

Africa | Vessel from the Maasai people of Kenya | Glass beads, gourd, hide | 20th century

Gourd Vessel by century.

Africa | Decorated calabash representing a child (ritual object for fertility) from the Bashada people of the Omo Valley, Ethiopia | Wood, leather, gourd and beads | ca. 2008

Object type cult object > ritual object for fertility Materials wood, leather, gourd, bead Legend Decorated calabash representing a child. Place of collecting Ethiopia > Omo Valley Culture Bashada

Africa | Calabash vessel ~ agwey ~  from the Anyua people of the Otalo region of Sudan | 20th century

Calabash vessel ~ from Anyua people, Otalo region of Sudan ~ (safari, africa)

Africa | Long and beautifully shaped milk container from the Massai people | It is made from a gourd and has leather straps decorated with beads and a button.

A large gourd milk container massai east africa

Africa | Long and beautifully shaped milk container from the Massai people | It is made from a gourd and has leather straps decorated with beads and a button.

Africa | Vessel made from gourd, glass beads and leather (hide) | Kenya; possibly from the Kamba people | ca. 1914 or earlier

Full: Front Vessel made of gourd, beads (glass), hide. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Milk Vessel, Jug of the Turkana-people, Kenia

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A century Zulu wired snuff gourd from South Afri

artafrica:  Milk Bucket, Kenya

Borana peoples Creation Place/Dates: Kenya, Title: Milk bucket Medium: Hide, fiber, and cowries Dimensions: 13 x 11 x in.

African Honey Baskets

For Sale on - These baskets were originally used to gather honey from bees. The smaller basket is approximately x and the larger is x Sold as a pair

Africa | Beaded gourd from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Beads were signs of wealth and status. Many Yoruba sacred and secular objects were embellished with elaborate images and symbolic designs created by small glass beads. | © Tim Hamill

Beaded gourd from the Yoruba people of Nigeria. Beads were signs of wealth and status. Many Yoruba sacred and secular objects were embellished with elaborate images and symbolic designs created by small glass beads.

Africa | A decorated calabash used as a  Milk Pot by the Borana or Gudji people of Ethiopia | ca. 1990

Gourd for milk - Borana / Gudji - Ethiopia

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Ethiopia food storage and serving table basket of plant fibre & pigments, ca

Africa | A decorated calabash used as a Milk Pot by the Borana or Gudji people of Ethiopia | ca. 1990

decorated calabash by the Gudji people of Ethiopia

Ethiopian Vessel

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Milk storage vessel from Ethiopia, made from gourds covered in basketry, mud/clay, leather and adorned with cowrie shells

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