Campbell Collections

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War memorial

War memorial, Wynberg

Wooden Puppet

Wooden puppet operated by wire to jump up above the wooden burnt relief plague. Carvings of human figures can also be seen on the plague.

The park Wynberg

The park, Wynberg

The Rockery

The Rockery, Cape Town

" Tula Soni"

Bearded necklace in black/ blue beards with words written in white beards.

Main road Wynberg

Main road, Wynberg

" Ukhezo"

A double sided wooden carved spoon, with burnt incisions on the shaft and edges.

" Ukhezo"

Long wooden spoon in a spatula shape and burnt blocks as decoration on the handle. It belonged to Mrs. Bambokwakhe Nzama from Ekhombe near Nkandla 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"

Long wooden spoon known as Ukhezo, The handle has carvings on it and it belonged to Mrs. Bambokwakhe Nzama from Ekhombe near Nkandl in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Imbhenge"

Grass woven beer pot cover decorated with beads, also known as Imbhenge. It was made in the 1950's from KwaMajozi in the Msinga region of KwaZulu- Natal.

" Imbhenge"

A plaited colored telephone wire plate,known as Imbhenge in isiZulu. It was made by an unknown nine year old Zulu boy from one of the townships in Kwa Zulu- Natal. Donated by Mr. S. Bourquin to the Campbell Collections.

" Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden Carved spoon , with a long handle and a hut shaped tip at the top.Donated by Mr. S. Bourquin to the Campbell Collections.

Smoking Pipe:

Three Dagga smoking pipes carved out of a soap stone, Reed and a Cow's horn . Donated by Mr. S. Bourquin to the Campbell Collections.

" Isithebe"

Big wooded carved Zulu meat platter: Isithebe with four legs and two handle on the sides. The platter has been burnt to darken some parts of it to create a design.

" Isithebe"

A round wooden carved meat plate known as Isithebe, with three short legs and a handle that have been burnt to darken them.

Wooden Dish

Two wooden carved dishes with lids, in a two toned color: black and cream. Donated by Mr. S Bourquin to the Campbell Collections.

Wooden Knife

Wooden carved knife with a long waved blade. The are incisions on the handle. Donated by Mr. S. Bourquin to the Campbell Collections.

" Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Carved wooden spoon with a face of a Man at the top of the handle. Donated by  Mr. S. Bourquin to the Campbell Collections.

"Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden carved spoon with a tradition Zulu man on top of the handle. The shaft of the spoon has a zig zag design and it splits in the middle to represent the legs of the man

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