Gurrah or butter churn guide from the Newar in western Nepal. These people live mainly from pastoral farming at altitude and milk is part of their daily diet. The traditional way to make butter is archaic and is done using this instrument.
The style of this anthropomorphic piece is very cubist, with the round part that figures the head. The arms look like stumps. The pelvis is triangular and the broad feet feature an upturned quadruped.
Hard wood with a greasy brown patina.
- Legno massiccio
- Regione/paese d'origine
- In buone condizioni, vedi descrizione
- 22×4×3 cm