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" Ithunga"

Wooden carved milk-pail with two small handles(amasumpa) on each side and a large hard carved incision around the body. The milk- pail is sitting on a small stand and it came from Enyokeni KwaNongoma in KwaZulu-Natal.

" Ithunga"

Tall and thin wooden carved milk- pail sitting on a triangular stand at the base.It has two flat handles on each side and two wide v- shapes carved at the center of the body. It came from Nongoma, in KwaZulu-Natal.

" Ithunga"

Wooden carved milking pail with protruding incisions on the sides to mantain balance. It is known as ithunga in IsiZulu and it's from the Nkandla area inKwaZulu- Natal.

" Ithunga"

Tall wooden carved milk-pail with two flat handles on each side, letters ' X M" carved all around it and a flat stand on the base. It was carved by Mr. Phakimpi for his first wife Makhosazana Mthethwa , from Ematshana, Melmoth in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Ithunga"

Wide and short wooden carved milk- pail with flat handles and a small stand at the base. It was carved by Phekimpi for his 1st wife Makhosazane Mthethwa from Ematshana, Melmoth in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Ithunga"

Tall wooden carved milk pail with handles on each side and horizontal incisions, It belonged to Mrs. Thandeka Mthethwa second wife of Mr. Phekimpi Mthethwa from Endulini, Melmoth in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Ithunga"

Wooden carved milking pail with protruding incisions on the side to maintain balance. It is known as Ithunga and it belonged to the Ndlela Family from Mandeni in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Isophi Mahlangu"

Watercolor portrait of a Ndebele girl name "Isophi Mahlangu" .

" Isithebe"

A round wooden carved meat plate known as Isithebe, with three short legs and a handle that have been burnt to darken them.

" Isithebe"

Big wooded carved Zulu meat platter: Isithebe with four legs and two handle on the sides. The platter has been burnt to darken some parts of it to create a design.

" Isithebe"

Large wooden carved meat plate with two handles on the sides and four short legs.

" Isithebe"

Large wooden carved meat tray with four short legs and two handles on each side. It comes from the Emachunwini area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Isithebe"

Wooden carved meat dish in a medium size with four short legs and two big handles on the sides. It was created as part of a school project in KwaZulu-Natal.

" Isithebe"

Wooden carved meat plate on a light toned wood with handles on the side. It was done by Ngcobo Thokozani doing standard five in LangKloof from Begville, KwaZulu- Natal.

" Isithebe"

Wooden carved meat plate in a different design. The plate is divided into two plates but joined together by wood with square plates on the sides for putting salt. It came from  KwaNongoma area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Isikhala sika Thisha"

A scene of huts, and church or school modern building. There are people walking on the road and trees behind the houses.

" Isigqiki"

Small wooden carved headrest with two solid legs. It belonged to Mrs. Khambule Sholoza from Kwabalakhile, Vryheid in KwaZulu-Natal.

" Isigqiki"

Small wooden carved headrest on two solid legs that are sitting on a straight smoothly carved wood. There are incisions on the legs.

" Isigqiki"

Carved Wooden headrest made out of Quinean Tree( Umhlambamanzi). The headrest has three legs, decorated with three triangles each. It was donated by Mr.  S. Bourquin to the Campbell Collections.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with incisions on a solid block of wood. It was made in 1906 and belonged to Mr. Gamu Zondi from Umfolozi. It is known as Isigqiki in IsiZulu.

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