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Vintage

Tuareg Tribe Bazawat Bowl

Erin Taylor, Botanik

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Tuareg Tribe Bazawat  Bowl
Tuareg Tribe Bazawat  Bowl
Tuareg Tribe Bazawat  Bowl
Tuareg Tribe Bazawat  Bowl
Tuareg Tribe Bazawat  Bowl
Tuareg Tribe Bazawat  Bowl
Tuareg Tribe Bazawat  Bowl

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; natural wear
Country of Origin:
Africa
Materials:
sheesham
Size:
13.25" W x 7.25" H
Color/Finish:
dark brown

Why We Love This

Wooden bowl with carved tribal details used in the preparation and service of food by the people of the Tuareg tribe of Niger. It is common to find these pieces repaired with metal staples as these nomadic people prefer to preserve the intricately hand-carved objects rather than discard them.
As described by DNU - Erin Taylor, Botanik

About DNU - Erin Taylor, Botanik

Growing up on the beaches of Southern California, Erin Taylor developed an early appreciation for the beauty of nature. This appreciation is apparent throughout Botanik, her home and garden boutique located in the beachside town of Summerland, CA. The shop’s interior and garden abound with vintage textiles, pottery, furniture made of reclaimed wood, and other pieces that, Taylor says, “tell a story and have history.”