Wicker toddy basket. Part of a toddy gatherer's outfit. The basket is roughly rectangular and has a narrow base. There is rope attached to the side of the basket, used for carrying. A large arrow-shaped piece of wood is also attached to the rope. There are two pieces of hide inside the container in the corners, possibly as a reinforcement. There is also a piece of plant fibre which has detached from the object. There is a splash of paint on the side of the basket. Label: one white exhibition label, printed.
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