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Beer Skimmer: Isikhetho

Zulu wooden spoon shape skimmer. Center made from Ilala palm.

Beer Skimmer: Isikhetho

Large beer skimmer made from ilala palm.

Beer Skimmer

Made out of Ilala palm , handle partly split into two parts.

Beer Skimmer

Beer skimmer made out of recycled cans. The head of the spoon has punched holes with a design of a shield, knob stick and a spear. The skimmer has golden legs to stand on.It was made by Mfaniseni Wiseman who was doing Standard four at Mfanefile primary school in KwaZulu- Natal.

Beer Skimmer

A Zulu beer skimmer made from ilala palm. Handle partly split into 2 parts . Brown pattern in bow.

Beer Pot

Beer Pot made out of telephone wires in multi colors with a lid.

Beer drinking

"Drinking beer" - Tugela Valley.

Beer carrying pot: ukhamba

A black globulos shaped pot form eNkandla. It has an incised wound at the top so the beer will not spill.

Beer basket, isichumo. Hlabisa Agricultural show, Hlabisa, 1959

Beer basket, Isichumo. Bantu Agricultural show, Hlabisa, 1959

Beefwood china display cabinet

Beefwood china display cabinet. Barley twist ebony legs and cross stretcher inlaid with ivory and ebony star. Glass fronted and sides, no drawers.

Beauty of the kraal

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Beaumont, Sir William Henry, 1851-1930

Beaumont Sir William Henry, 1851-1930

Beaufort west

Beaufort west. the main street

Beaufort West

Beaufort West

Beaufort west

Beaufort west, general view

Beaufort west

Beaufort west, The main street

Beaufort street and public school

Beaufort street andpublic school

Beaufort street and public school

Beaufort street andpublic school

Beardwork Strip

Multicolored bearded strip with is part of a pregnancy apron. it is known as ' Incwayo' in IsiZulu. A zig-zag pattern can be seen and the strip came from Umbumbulu area in KwaZulu- Natal and it belonged to the Makhanya clan.

Beardwork

KCAV 1787 Beadwork. Ndwedwe? No grossert number

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