Campbell Collections

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"Ukumisa" Stage.

"Ukumisa" Stage.  (One who has been given a permision to court with boys)

"Ukulumeka"

Black and white series of plates with a scene of Isangoma/ Nyanga conducting a healing process to a patient called 'Ukulumeka'.

"Ukukhotha'

Black and white series of plates with a scene of a Woman taking muthi in a form of 'Ukukhotha'.

"Ukuhudisa"

Portrait of a male figure pooping on the veld.

"Ukuchaza'

Color scene of a sangoma doing incision a patient, a process known as 'ukuchaza'.

"Ukuchatha'

Color scene of a mother douching her baby, a process called 'ukuchatha'.

"Ukuchatha"

Color scene of a mother performing a douche known as 'ukuchatha' on her baby.

"Ukubhomis'ingane'

Color scene of a mother performing a ritual for babies called 'ukubhomisa ingane'.

"Ukhezo"

Wooden carved ladle with diamond incisions on the handle. It belonged to the Mthethwa family from Endulini, Melmoth in KwaZulu- Natal.

"Ukhezo"

Large wooden spoon in a shape of a spatula, with incisions and beads as decoration. It belonged to Mrs. Bambokwakhe Nzama from Ekhombe near Nkadla in KwaZulu- Natal.

"Ukhezo"

Wooden carved spoon on a tear drop shape, long handle with a spiraling incision and a v- shape tip. It came from Nkandla in KwaZulu- Natal.

"Ukhezo"

Wooden carved spoon with a small head, flat handle that has incisions on it, the tip has a hole. It came from Nkandla in KwaZulu- Natal.

"Ukhezo"

Large wooden carved spoon known as Ukhezo or Isixembe in isiZulu with a short split handle .

"Ukhezo"

Wooden carved spoon with a long handle that has incisions on it. It came from Nongoma in KwaZulu- Natal.

"Ukhezo"

Wooden carved spoon in a delicate design with a spilt handle, triangular incisions and a sharp tip. It came from Nkandla in KwaZulu- Natal.

"Ukhezo"

Medium sized wooden carved spoon, with long handle, black incisions on light brown wood from Nongoma in KwaZulu- Natal.

"Ukhezo"

wooden carved round spoon with an incisioned handle.

"Ukhezo"

Delicately wooden carved round spoon/ sieve. The handle is crafted in a European style and engravings around it, with holes in the middle and end. It came from Nongoma inKwaZulu- Natal.

"Ukhezo"

Long woden carved spoon with a flat handle from Nongoma.

"Ukhezo"

Large wooden carved spoon with incisions on the handle.

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