Lagos Pot

One of two large ceramic, burnished, bowls. They are thought to be Yoruba in origin, and used by Freetown Krios. The Sierra Leone National Museum records note that they are known as Lagos pots , for cooking draw soup , typically made from okra.

Further Information

  • Type: Domestic equipment, Containers, vessels
  • Object: Lagos Pot
  • Materials: Ceramic
  • Culture Group: Krio, Other
  • Dimensions: Unknown
  • Production Date: Pre 1992
  • Associated Places: Freetown (Place collected)
  • Associated People: Mrs. Dollie Abayomi-Cole, Freetown. (Donor)
  • Museum: Sierra Leone National Museum
  • Accession Number: SLNM.1992.01.10B

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