Our traditional, carved Lozi wooden bowl was a utilitarian object that served a variety of purposes for storage, food preparation and serving. The Lozi also known as Barotse, live in and around the flood plain of the Zambezi River. The bowl is finely crafted in light brown wood with black paint decorated with incised designs and stands on four legs.
Time Period: Early 20th c
Provenance: From a New Mexico collection
Materials: Wood and pigment
Dimensions: 9 1/2 in. long x 7 1/4 in. wide x 4 3/4 in wide
Condition: Appears in good condition, one leg was broken and re-glued
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