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Africa | Nesta Nala (1940 - 2005) outside of her homestead with some of her traditional Zulu beer pots. The ukhamba -a smoke-black, thin-walled, round bottomed beer pot is still used in ceremonies by the Zulu-speaking people of South Africa. Thembi and Jabu Nala, the daughters of Nesta Nala, follow in their mother's footsteps by developing their pots for the urban craft gallery and collector market. | Image ©M. Vincentelli.

Nesta Nala - famous for her sought after pottery specifically the Ukhamba -a smoke-black, thin-walled, round bottomed beer pot, which will sit in striking juxtaposition to a contemporary interior. Zulu traditional skill, so beautiful and unpretentious

Fig.13 A red stoneware, stone burnished pot, bisque-fired to cone 018, placed inside a perforated coffee can and fired in a Weber grill.

A red stoneware, stone burnished pot, bisque-fired to cone placed inside a perforated coffee can and fired in a Weber grill. Low-firing and Burnishing by Sumi von Dassow

"Profound Instinct"

Sculptural ceramics, hand built organically-themed works that engage a sense of rhythm, flow, grace and balance – oceans in clay.

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Wheel-thrown micaceous clay, fired green in horsehair decoration, Low-firing and Burnishing by Sumi von Dassow

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