Mr. Mzila

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" 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.

" 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.

" Ohe Zoni"

Bearded necklace in white, green, blue and blue with words ' Ohe Zoni'. It came from Emabomvini in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Ngezangazi"

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

" Ithunga"

Wooden carved milking pail with protruding incisions on the sides to maintain balance. It is known as Ithunga in IsiZulu from Ndwedwe area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Ithunga"

Wooden carved milking pail with protruding incisions on the sides to mantain balance. It is known as ithunga in IsiZulu and it's from the Nkandla area inKwaZulu- Natal.

" Isithebe"

Wooden carved meat plate in a different design. The plate is divided into two plates but joined together by wood with square plates on the sides for putting salt. It came from  KwaNongoma area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with four solid legs( doubled legs).

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with three solid legs. It came from KwaNongoma 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.

" 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.

" 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 and bearded beer pot lid, with white, orange, yellow, red and black beards from KwaNongoma area 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.

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