Mr. Mzila

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" Wina Nawe"

Bearded necklace in green and white beards, with words" Wina Nawe", The necklace is part pf the whole costume worn by a boy. it came from the Emabomvini/ Msinga area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Ukhamba"

Beer Pot made out of telephone wires, tightly woven together in blue, white, green, red and orange color. It has diamond designs around it.

"Lavi Wami"

Bearded necklace in white, red and green with words " Lavi Wami". The necklace is part of a whole outfit of a married woman from  the Mandeni area in KwaZulu-Natal.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with an hour glass shape hole in the middle. It came from the Emabomvini area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Ngezangazi"

Beaded necklace with words 'Ngezangazi" beaded in black and white.It came from Entanyama area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved heard rest on a solid block with gaps and incisions.It belonged to the Mabaso clan and passed from generation to generation.

" Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden carved spoon with blackened incisions on the handle as decoration.It was made from Emabomvini in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Uyinja Nawe"

Bearded necklace in a rectangular black/ blue patch tied on a white bearded string with words written in white.

" 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


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.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with incisions on a solid block of wood. It was made in 1906 and belonged to Mr. Gamu Zondi from Umfolozi. It is known as Isigqiki in IsiZulu.

" 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.


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