Areca nut cutter, made in the shape of a horse. Made of two parts joined together with a lever. Upper cutting part is plain rod to the rear but with the curved mane of the horse indicated at the front with scalloped edge and punched apertures. The lower section includes, at the pivotal point, the head of the horse, with small curved protrusions above and below the mouth. The upper blade slots into a groove in the lower part, which also terminates with a length of plain rod.
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