Iron mortar and pestle from Lincolnville, South Carolina. According to Mrs. Gold, a local store owner grew the peanuts, shucked them, and made peanut butter with this mortar and pestle to sell in his store.
Hand painted pitcher used to store milk. According to Mrs. Gold, before refrigeration, many homes had cows that were milked daily to provide milk for the family. The milk had many purposes so the family would designate a pitcher to be used for milk that was to be consumed at mealtime.
Currency in the form of a heavy hemispherical bangle with beveled edges. Created with puddle mold method of casting. Origin Bambole, Bayele, and Balengo people of the Mbole region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).