Areca nut cutter, made of two parts joined together with a lever. Upper cutting part is plain rod to the rear, the blade section jutting down at right angles and curving up towards the front. The lower section projects slightly to either side of the pivotal point, curving down and extending flat below the blade, which slots into a groove in the lower part. This also terminates with a length of plain rod. Undecorated.
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