From: Sierra Leone | Sherbro Island

Curatorial Section: African

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Object Number 37-22-76B
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Sherbro
Provenience Sierra Leone | Sherbro Island
Section African
Materials Ceramic

For cooking. Made of dark reddish clay. Originally had two handles, one broken off. Pottery used in Sherbro Island is made on this Mainland, chiefly on the Bum River.

Height 9 cm
Outside Diameter 15.5 cm
Credit Line Expedition to Sierra Leone, West Africa; Henry Usher Hall, 1937

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