fish chopping board

Fish-cutting board or tray, mas gundi, made from a single piece of rectangular wood with a point at one end and a round carved protrusion at the other. Three red lines are drawn down the middle of the tray and there and remnants of red lines drawn around the rim. The legs are made from two solid blocks and slightly tapering toward the base, they have three red lines on each end and on the bottom side. There is a solid red line running along the centre of the reverse side of the tray.

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