Julia Chambale's son carrying a kenya (large bundle of thatch) for the fire to "cook" the pots, 1995.
Julia Chambale kneading clay.
Laurinda Ubisse coiling clay to make a djomela.
Laurinda Ubisse working on a djomela.
Julia Chambale putting finishing touches on a djomela.
Julia Chambale using a rikatla (mussel shell) to trim the top of a nkambana.
Julia Chambale putting finishing touches on a mbita.
Julia Chambale rubbing black paint (made from battery) onto a nkambana.
Julia Chambale's pots drying in the sun.
Source: Heidi Gengenbach.