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Ko-gae design oil burner hand made from local Botswana clay. Has oxide paint and brown glossy glaze finish . The product dimensions are LXW: 8 cm x 7 cm. The product is dishwasher safe.
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The pottery was initially part of Pelegano village industries (then Pelegano pottery) , a project initiative by Mr Frank Taylor and Mr Dick Hapkins in 1975. The role of the pottery and other projects within Pelegano was to set up self-sustaining rural development that created employment for people living in Gabane and surrounding areas.
Pelegano pottery was under the supervision of German volunteers until 1993. When the volunteers pulled out of the project Mr Martin Kabwe was employed to manage and run the pottery. Three years later, Pelegano Industries pulled out of pottery making and other projects that were not bringing in profit. With the pottery facing closure, Mr Kabwe decided to buy out the pottery, lease equipment from Pelegano and continue operation with the same group of employees. The pottery has been operating since then.
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