Stamps on Material Culture – Kenya 1988

Stamps on Material Culture – Kenya 1988

Kenya issued a set of Five stamps on Material Culture on 20 Sep 1988.

1 SH -Calabashes – Made from Gourds -used for serving food,dishing food.

3 Sh – Milk Gourds- Dried Vegetable ,used for storage, fetching water etc

5 Sh – Cooking Pots- Used for Cooking,storage,drying Fabrics etc

7 Sh – Winnowing Trays- made of doum palm tree-used for Winnowing grain

10 Sh -Reed Baskets -Plaited or woven baskets -used storage,serving,winnowing

A FDC  is listed.

FDC KENYA MATERIAL CULTURE
FDC KENYA 1988 – MATERIAL CULTURE – POTS ,CALABASHES, REED BASKETS ,MILK GOURDS

Silver Coffeepot stamp-USA Stamps 2007.

Silver Coffeepot stamp-USA Stamps 2007.

USA issued a stamp of 3 cents on Silver Coffeepot on 16 Mar 2007.This definitive stamp features an artist’s simplified rendering of a silver coffeepot from Philadelphia  Museum of Art.

The stamps were issued in sheets of 20.

USA DEF 3C
SILVER COFFEPOT STAMP – USA STAMPS OF 2007

First Day Cover -Tea strainer -Traditional Utensils of Bhutan – Stamps of Bhutan 2017.

First Day Cover -Tea strainer -Traditional Utensils of Bhutan – Stamps of Bhutan 2017.

Traditional implements and utensils are strong symbols of Bhutanese culture and characterise a unique lifestyle for centuries. In the Kitchen a variety of appliances were used to prepare,serve and store food. They were hand crafted out of natural materials such as bamboo,cane,wood,clay,limestone,brass,copper and bronze. Largely being replaced by modern wares their use is confined to rural parts of Bhutan.

A First Day Cover with miniature sheet  was issued by Bhutan post on 19 Jun 2017 showing tea strainer and brass Pot as traditional utensils of Bhutan.

BH UTENSILS FDC
FIRST DAY COVER -TRADITIONAL UTENSILS OF BHUTAN

Tea Strainer & Brass Pot -Traditional Utensils of Bhutan – Stamps of Bhutan 2017.

Tea Strainer & Brass Pot -Traditional Utensils of Bhutan – Stamps of Bhutan 2017.

Traditional implements and utensils are strong symbols of Bhutanese culture and characterise a unique lifestyle for centuries. In the Kitchen a variety of appliances were used to prepare,serve and store food. They were hand crafted out of natural materials such as bamboo,cane,wood,clay,limestone,brass,copper and bronze. Largely being replaced by modern wares their use is confined to rural parts of Bhutan.

A miniature sheet was issued by Bhutan post on 19 Jun 2017 showing traditional utensils of Bhutan. The utensils are Tea Strainer and Brass Pot.

BHUTAN UTENSILS MS
TRADITIONAL UTENSILS OF BHUTAN -TEA STRAINER AND BRASS POT

Traditional Utensils of Bhutan – Stamps of Bhutan 2017

Traditional Utensils of Bhutan – Stamps of Bhutan 2017.

Traditional implements and utensils are strong symbols of Bhutanese culture and characterise a unique lifestyle for centuries. In the Kitchen a variety of appliances were used to prepare,serve and store food. They were hand crafted out of natural materials such as bamboo,cane,wood,clay,limestone,brass,copper and bronze. Largely being replaced by modern wares their use is confined to rural parts of Bhutan.

A miniature sheet of six stamps was issued by Bhutan post on 19 Jun 2017 showing traditional utensils of Bhutan. The utensils are Wine container, Teapot,Flour Strainer,Cane Baskets,Rice thresher and Cereal grinder.

TRADITIONAL UTENSILS OF BHUTAN
TRADITIONAL UTENSILS OF BHUTAN