A vintage attie wood bowl from the Ivory Coast circa 1980. The Attie belong to the larger ethnic group of the Akan. This bowl would traditionally be used for making atcheki, a starchy tuber which is pounded into a couscous consistency and usually served with meat or fish dishes. Hand carved from a single block of wood.
Condition: Great, was repaired by previous owner with a metal butterfly to prevent the wood from cracking.
Measures: 11x5" tall
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