Woodwork

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" Ibhaxa"

Small wooden carved mat rack, known is 'Ibhaxa' with two panels joined in the middle. Each side is painted and decorated in yellow diamonds . It belonged to the Bhadasi clan from Nongoma in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with three solid legs that have cross incisions. It came from the Mandeni/ Nobamba area inKwaZulu- Natal.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with three solid legs. It came from KwaNongoma in KwaZulu- Natal

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest on two black solid legs with triangle designs. It was also done by Mazibuko Wiseman doing his standard four at Mfanefile Primary School at Mahlabathini in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with two legs and a solid base that has incisions it. It belonged to Mazwane Mnyando from Nobamba in KwaZulu-Natal

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest on four solid legs that are separated in the middle but joined at the bottom. The headrest is decorated with a red and black painting and it belonged to Masithole Ndebele from Embelane in KwaZulu- Natal

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest on a double base solid wood that has incisions of triangles and lines on it. It belonged to Mamlambo Sithole the first of Sithole Kwanele from the Msinga area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with three solid legs that have horizontal incisions.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with four legs and burnt incisions.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with three legs that have incisions( amasumpa).

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest on three legs that have triangular burnt incisions as decoration.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved small headrest on two solid legs that have incisions ( amasumpa).

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with four legs. The headrest has a glossy finish and is called a Cow because of its shape.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with three split legs. It has a glossy finish and incisions as design.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest on solid thick legs that have incisions and an opening in the center.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest in a solid block that hs been divided into three parts with incisions. It belonged to Mrs. Mabaso from the Msinga area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with four split legs and horizontal incisions.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest on a solid base with a v-partten incisions pointing up and down on the sides.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest on a solid base that has two split legs that are joined by a solid block that has been carved as M in the middle.  This carving style symbolises marriage and it came from the Msinga area in KwaZulu- Natal. 

" Isigqiki"

Solid wooden carved headrest with incision( Amasumpa) on both sides. It came from Msinga in KwaZulu- Natal.

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