Campbell Collections

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Headrest

Zulu headrest done as part of shool arts and crafts in the 1960's.

Wood carving

 Wooden sectioned necklace carved tolooka backbone of snakegiven for valour in battle to Zulu soldiers.

Headrest

Zulu headrest

Spoons

Woodcarving-spoons with olong bowl and stapped motif continuouswith bowl.

Headrest

Zulu headrest

Headrest

Zulu headrest

Spoons

 Woodcarving- spoon with motif o

Victims of Natal floods

Skeletons in coffins, the aftermath of Natal floods in 1987

Spoons

Woodcarving spoons with motif of breast

Spoons

  Woodcarving spoons with black motif.

"From Sky to Earth"

Landscape abstract

Spoons

 Wood arving spoons with deeply carved.

Stool

 Stool wooden carved

Stool

 Stool wooden carved

Bushman Paradise

Scene of Bushmen stalking springbok among red Lillies 

Zulu man in Ibheshu

Scene of a traditional Zulu man in Ibheshu, carrying a shield passing along a country road, homestead in distance and mountains in far distance.  

Headrest,wooden carved with sis individual legs

Headrest, wooden carved with six individual legs. blackened or dark wood.

Zulu headrest

Zulu Headrest double fretwork 

Headrests

Headrest wooden carved with zig-zag pattern and snuff containers. Headrest , woden carved with six legs. Headrest wooden carved with fretwork. double. backned. Possile c1890s or mid 20th century,

Headrest belonged to Chief Bhambatha Zondi of Mpanza( the Mbambata of Bambatha Rebellion of 1906)

Headrest. wooden carved with three block legs decorated with rows of amansumpa. Zulu people said it belonged to Bhambatha Zondi of Bambatha Rebellion of 1906, c1900. Given to Captain John Grantham Wilson, was involved in Bambatha Rebellion. 

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