Basket Making: Em Yung cuts notches into the ends of the pole, 1987

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Basket Making: Em Yung cuts notches into the ends of the pole, 1987

Description

Using a hacksaw Em Yung cuts notches into the end of the pole used with the Ong Rake (See the full Basket Making chapter). The Ong Rake actually consists of three separate parts: the Dong Rake, the pole that is balanced on the shoulder; the Song Rake, the holder that hangs from the Ong Rake and carries the basket; and the Kon Chharaing, the baskets themselves.

Basket Making, photograph 19 of 21, from Cambodian Traditional Crafts and Religious Ceremonies.

View the Basket Making group of photographs in order on the Internet Archive, https://archive.org/details/CambodianBasketMaking.

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University of Massachusetts Lowell

Date

1987

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1 photograph; 12.6 x 8.9

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basket_making_19

Citation

Chigas, George, “Basket Making: Em Yung cuts notches into the ends of the pole, 1987,” Southeast Asian Digital Archive, accessed May 17, 2021, https://umlseada.omeka.net/items/show/293.

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