Round pots with narrow straight necks with a cowhide cover over the pot. Most of the pots are decorated below the neck with swirls of rouletting. It was made by women potters and used by all. Some women prefer honey pots to honey baskets because they last longer than the baskets. These type of pots were more likely to be found among the less migratory group.


  • Title: Honey pot
  • Location: Kenya
  • Rights: National Museums of Kenya
  • Medium: Clay
  • Photographer: Gibsphotography
  • Local Name: Kesumet op komik
  • Community: Ogiek(Dorobo)
  • Collection Date: 1969-07-05
  • Collected By: Rod Blackburn

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