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Dimensions: L:17,2in W:3.1in D:7,2in
These holders are intricately carved wooden objects that serve various functional and decorative purposes. One common type of wooden holder from Mozambique is the utensil holder. These holders are crafted to store and display kitchen utensils such as spoons, forks, and knives. They are often designed with multiple compartments or slots to keep the utensils organized and easily accessible. The holders may feature carved patterns, geometric designs, or symbolic motifs that reflect Mozambican cultural heritage. The wooden holders are typically handcrafted by skilled artisans using locally available wood, such as African sandalwood.
About the Tribe
The Makonde are an ethnic group who originated in Mozambique. They originally lived on the shores of Ruvuma River and later moved to settle on Mueda Plateau. They currently live in Mozambique and Southeast Tanzania and have a small presence in Kenya.
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