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These items are associated with traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremonies. Such events are integral throughout the culture and utilized temporally as moments to pause and celebrate, reflect, or resolve. As such a moment, the coffee ceremony is…

The coffee stand is composed of painted wood, (either pine or cedar), while the demitasse cups are porcelain.
The coffee stand is fitted with a drawer to store the associated cups. All of which is used in the coffee ceremony.

Coffee pot composed of shekla or clay, with a single spout used by Amhara ethnic group to serve coffee, along with a woven straw matote or trivet used to balance round-bottom jebena.

Long-handled pan for roasting coffee beans. Guests appreciate the aroma when pan is shaken to roast the beans as part of the coffee ceremony.

Camp cook stove, constructed out of tin and
used to roast coffee beans as well as to heat coffee.

This is a Swedish flat-plane figurine carving that was collected by the donor's mother. The figurine is a seated woman on a reddish-tan chair holding a coffee cup. In Swedish flat-plane woodcarving, a carving knife is used to create large, flat…

A copper coffee pot with a curved brass spout and handle and round base. Additionally, the top of the coffee pot has a decorative brass final. Decorated with linear designs of copper beading and relief of pine cones and needles from evergreen trees.…

Small pewter coffee pot with hinged top, curved spout and small welded handle. Pot is cylindrical and tapers to the top. Coffee pot is stamped on bottom “Café Idrott.”

Café Idrott was a cooperative café and community center founded by Swedish…

Coffee pot or "jebena" made out of clay ('shekla" in Amharic) used to make and serve coffee in the traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony, which begins with the roasting of the coffee beans.

This "jebena" has a single pouring spout, while some…
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