This Old Wood Milk Pitcher with comes from the Turkana tribal people of Kenya. This wood pitcher for milk or water is used by Turkana women. The Turkana have a very unusual dairy product that has been produced by village communities for generations. This product is a yogurt made of cow’s or goat’s milk, mixed with the ashes of the native cromwo tree. The Turkana people use pitchers to drink their milk from goats and cattle. These pitchers were treasured and necessary in everyday life. This is an old and beautifully burnished pitcher with a twined fiber handle for carrying. This pitcher would be a lovely addition collection or home.
I am offering fabulous items from Southeast Asia, Africa, Philippines, Papua New Guinea and the Middle East that I purchased from a private collection. These items were collected in the field 25 years ago.
7 1/2" deep
This pitcher shows age, has some cracks, but overall in good condition.
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