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Vessel  Date:20th century Geography:Kenya Culture:Turkana peoples Medium:Calabash, beads, leather Dimensions:Height 10-1/2 in. Classification:Gourd-Containers

Kenya ~ Vessel from the Turkana people - Calabash, beads and leather

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

Africa | Calabash (gourd) vessel from Cameroon or Nigeria | Gourd, twine, raffia and cowrie shells

Through the Eyes of Our Ancestors: African Art from the James and Marjorie L.

⌼ Artistic Assemblages ⌼  Mixed Media & Collage Art - i like this piece because is is made out of different old bits and bobs

Vintage Treasures - MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS - An assemblage box full of knick-knacks and trinkets One of the papers on the back reads "to gather together, to collect"

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

Ethiopian (Borana, Gabra, or Somali ) Milk Jug Gourd African

Ethiopian (Borana, Gabra, or Somali ) Milk Jug Gourd African

Ethiopian (Borana, Gabra, or Somali ) Tribal Milk Jug Gourd African

Female figure on a gourd, Akan peoples, Ghana, Late 19th to early 20th century  Terracotta

Female figure on a gourd, Akan peoples, Ghana, Late to early century Terracotta

African gourd

Africa Container from Nigeria Gourd decorated by burning and incising the surface. Leather strap ca. 1973 or earlier

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