This is a handmade Plaster Berber Woman traditionally making butter. The woman is wearing traditional Kabyle clothes and shaking the curdled milk to make butter out of it.
Size: 120mm high
The oldest piece of the Amazigh (Known as Berber) pottery was found in North Africa; it is around 13000 years old. That shows the age of the Amazigh culture in that region. The Amazigh people have always made their pottery by hand, decorated in the Amazigh symbols and characters usually to mean something in particular, a message or an expressed feeling especially if it is offered to either a family member or to the neighbouring tribe to strengthen the bonds.
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