Girl’s spigot; a tube of light-coloured wood, turned, with a tapered dome top, a widened receptacle part and a tapered ‘stem’. The receptacle area is an elongated oval decorated inside with three circles inscribed by a lathe; top and receptacle are decorated with inscribed lines in light brown. Unused. It could have been made by Uzbek or Kyrgyz craftsmen; there was considerable cultural intermingling at this time.

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