Wooden ladle with deep scoop, pointed towards the rear of the bowl. The handle comprises two parts. The first part is two prongs joined by a crossbar, and the second part is a solid, rounded handle. The rear of the two prongs and the top half of the rounded handle are carved and blackened, and have a ridged shape reminiscent of antelope horns.
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