Summary

Containers are made from a single sheet of bark that are folded and at times are strengthened by further binding or being stitched at the sides. They were either made quickly on the spot for a single use and then discarded, or might be kept and reused over time. This one appears somewhat robust and was used to scoop water from a stream or a waterhole.

Physical Description

A single sheet of paperbark folded and the extended ends are overwound with fibre to form a container. The handle made of a section of bamboo is embedded in the extended ends.

Local Name

Dil'la

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