Overall: 22.9 cm (9 in.)
Sundry Purchase Fund 1996.301
Mbitim was the head potter at a ceramic workshop in Lirangu, a center for the treatment of sleeping sickness and leprosy. His work was especially prized by European administrators and visitors. Mbitim's style is distinctive, frequently incorporating portrait heads or complete figures. Intricate surface decoration covers the vessel body.
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