Cooking Pot

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Date:Not Recorded

Description:This is a Batanga cooking pot from Cameroon. It is carved from thick wood. There are three holes through the base, and holes near the rim for a strap. There is an old museum label attached to the pot, it reads: "COOKING POT. CAMEROON. W. AFRICA / Collected by Mr. E. C. Holland, / and presented by Mr. W. / Carrington of Harbury." This label is now part of the history of the pot.


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Donor ref:LEAMG : M1329.1915 (60/12479)

Source: Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum

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