Tutsi honey jar



These Tutsi Honey jars are masterfully carved from a single piece of wood and feature metal accents on the sides. These have long been utilised by the Tutsi population of Rwanda as well as other nomadic tribes in rural Burundi, Kenya, and Northern Tanzania. They carried milk, honey, food, and liquids like water.

As this is a vintage piece, it may show signs of wear.

1 in stock
Product Information

These vessels can be used as mantle decorations, dry flower vases, or simply for decorative purposes. The simplicity of the design, and the wear marks, all contribute to their charm.

Wood and metal

Ø 11  H 38 cm

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