Double-ended spoon with opposing facing bowls. The handle is pierced in the middle with three holes and decorated for one third of its length with two parallel rows of incised triangles which join together at the top with a short linking row. One bowl is chipped at the tip and dendrochronological rings can clearly be seen in both bowls.
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