Primitive Kenyan Clay Jar


Ethnographic Primitive clay jar from Gabraland Kenya. Used by the Maikoma and Marsabit tribe people. Two handled jar pot for cooking with a faux rope detail around neck. Interesting cultural display objet d'art. Deaccessioned from the California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA. Discovered in the 1960s, true age unknown. Handsome patina.

Dimensions: 12"w x10"d x 11"h

Circa: 1960

Condition: Distressed, wear consistent with age and wear.  Major losses to rim, cracks in pottery.

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