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Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: Two men in front of the convection oven making crockery
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: A man making pottery vessels, called zeer, used to hold water.
Collection: abrihouseofheritage.abrihouseofheritage
Description: Pottery place
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: A group of girls standing by some pottery
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: Men making furniture
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: Clay pots ready to be put into a convection oven
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: A folk bed known as "Angareeb" which is woven from wool and by traditional and local manufactures
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: Pottery industry
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: A man making a clay pot used to preserve water
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: Al-Birish, a popular local ornament made from palm tree leaves.
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: Two men building a fence using mortar, a village in Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: Presenting a scale
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: A group of people carrying clay pots.
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: Manufacture of clay pots
Collection: abrihouseofheritage.abrihouseofheritage
Description: A man uses a stone help him to shape the clay pot
Collection: pittriversmuseum.richardbutcha
Description: An arrangement of seven Zande throwing knives, four of which are of the same type, two more being somewhat similar, and another of a different type being a long curved blade with a thicker end. It is possible that Buchta collected a number of Zande objects on his brief expedition to this part of Sudan.
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