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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…

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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.

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Mortar and pestle constructed of wood. Each item is whittled from a single block of wood and used to hand-grind roasted coffee beans.

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Late 20th century stools, hand-carved from single pieces of wood.

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Ethiopian coffee ceremony stool, carved out of wood and incised with decorations.

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Carved wood piece. Representation of the mix of races in the Dominican Republic.

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Carved wood piece. Many varieties of herons can be found in the Dominican Republic.

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Carved wood piece. The use of vibrant colors is a characteristic of the Dominican Art.

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Piece made with guayacan wood.
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