Fijian Carved Wood Kava Tribal Bowl
A Fabulous Round Hand Carved Wood Kava Bowl Supported with four Short Legs from the Tribal People of the Namale Islands, Fiji.
Hand carved ceremonial bowls of this kind are cut from a single block of wood, and were for the mixing of kava a drink
Kava is primarily consumed to relax without disrupting mental clarity, and is very much a drink of social function and of ceremony. In the eighteenth century the Tongan style of kava preparation, a predominantly public ritual, was spreading into coastal Fiji and its outlying Islands. These bowls can be given as gifts to valued friends or bequeathed family members, they can be held in some reverence due to the ceremony of Kava.
This bowl has an orientation peg carved in the bottom to ensure it always facing in the correct direction and comes with a hollowed coconut shell for scooping the liquid.
The bowl is 195 mm across, 60mm high and 620 mm in diameter approx.
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