Coconut scraper, named a 'hone-gondi' in the shape of flat fish with a slightly up curved tail and head. The body of the scraper sits on two trapezoidal legs, both the tail, head and sides of the legs are decorated with incised knotwork pattern. There is a metal serrated oval shape extending from the top of the head acting as the scraper.
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