Assorted Vintage Tuareg Bowl - Mali

Regular price $240.00 AUD
Regular price Sale price $240.00 AUD

These Tuareg bowls are referred to as bazawat and are used by the nomadic Tuareg people of Mali to store or transport food. The bowl's side has detailed carvings that identify the clan and owner. 

You would see these bowls used at Tuareg traditional dinners, everyone often eats from a big communal serving bowl. Display in a collection or alone. Perfect in any decor.

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Care Instructions
For routine cleaning, remove dust with a soft brush and/or give the piece a gentle wipe with a soft, lint-free cloth. If very dirty use a lightly damp lint-free cloth with soapy water to clean. For additional advice, please contact us.

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