This is a very old Milk Container from the Borana People who belong to the Oromo ethnic group in Ethiopia. Each specific container made by the women has a purpose and use. This old container was used for milk. The materials used to make this container is mostly fibers and wood. The women use a coil technique from the base. Strands of fibers are bunched together and wrapped at regular intervals with either one or two other fibers. These milk jugs were a part of everyday life, used to carry and preserve milk from their cows. This milk jug would be a wonderful addition to your collection or home.
Shows age and Natural Wear
10 Inches Tall
9 x 9 Middle
3 Inch Tall Red Top
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