Kenyan pots and potters

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Oxford University Press, in association with the Kenya Museum Society, 1989 - Art - 130 pages
This comprehensive volume describes in detail all of the main pot-making communities in Kenya. It discusses the techniques and training of potters, the manufacturing and marketing of the pots, and the sociological role of pots in various communities. Clearly written by a team of experts, the work makes an important contribution to the study of African crafts.

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BABUKUSU Simiyu Wandibba
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IL CHAMUS
75
AGIKUYU
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