Coffee Pot, "Jebena"

Title

Coffee Pot, "Jebena"

Description

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.

Publisher

Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago

Rights

Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago

Format

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Original Format

ceramic vessel

Physical Dimensions

7 inches ht., 13 inches circumference

Files

Object-66.jpg

Comments

charlesainsley

The thing available to be purchased is a customary size conventional Ethiopian dirt espresso pot (jabana/Jebena) ,a pottery that is utilized to blend and serve espresso in many parts of Ethiopia. It can likewise be utilized as a family unit stylistic layout thing. This mud pot has a long neck and circular base. The dominant part of Ethiopians to this date like to utilize this antiquated ceramic to make their espresso. Coursework Writing Services UK This pot can be utilized to blend espresso or as a house adorning thing. Ethiopia is the origination of espresso and home to a portion of the best assortments on the planet. 

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Geolocation

Date Added
March 27, 2017
Collection
Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago
Item Type
Still Image
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Citation
“Coffee Pot, "Jebena",” Alliance Community Collections, accessed January 22, 2018, http://ccacommunitycollections.omeka.net/items/show/568.