Intricately carved wooden spoon with a deep rounded bowl, the handle is at a 90 degree angle to the bowl and curves away. The main body of the handle has a trellis work pattern topped with several animal figures comprising two snakes, one of which is eating a frog and the other a lizard. There is a carved wooded bird at a 90 degree angle to the other animals which has been stained dark brown. On the reverse of the handle is an incised spider.
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