Pair Coconut Shell Antique Drinking Cups.
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Goblets, made in coconut shell with carved wood stems. The top rims are scalloped and painted or stained black in a band around the scalloping. Sealed finish to the exterior. Very nicely made, a very good example of this Pacific Islands art. They measure approx. 19.5 cm high and 11 cm diameter (7.3/4 inches by 4.3/8 inches). One has a tight blind crack, from rim and about 5 cm across top third of bowl - doesn't go anywhere. Otherwise, both are excellent.
- Reference #
- Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
- late 19th C.
- Country of Origin
- Pacific Islands
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- Very Good, see description
- Coconut Shell
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