Two Headed Tribal Hand Drum, Hand Carved Goatskin Old Primitive **PRICE REDUCED**!
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Two Headed Hand Tribal Drum that has a Hand Carved soft wood barrel with tacked Goatskin. It is quit old and very primitive. I believe that it of a Southeast Asian Tribal Origin. The solf wood that has been colored with some sort of dark coating. The nails that hold the goatskin are rusted a bit and appear to be irregular as if hand made. The skin is not just tacked on but there are holes cut with a extra piece that loops over the head of each nail. It is peculiar. Some of the wood stain has covered the border of the shin. Nearly all the fur has worn off hoever there is a small amount that remains on the side. The plant fiber rope has unraved on one side and there is only a skinny fiber left that at the attachment. The center ring on the barrel is different then any tribal drums I have studied. There are nicks and rubbing on the prominent edges which would be consistant with useage and age. It is 10.5" long and 4.75" across the heads.
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