Clay wine tapping pot with a carrying handle. It has smoke sedimentation, from being stored in a warm place when not in use. It was purchased from a tapper. The pot is unusual, as Ogoni and Ibibio usually use gourd rather than pottery. The pot is skeuomorphic. The vessel is also broken: loose pieces in a plastic box are packed with the pot.
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