Rope Making Frame
|Native Name||Kaang Paw|
|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||Museum Purchase, 1981|
|Other Number:||233 - Other Number|
Two pieces each of bamboo and wood made into a square frame with approximately 11.0 cm left out on each pole. Twine is wrapped around the square and held in place by the poles at each corner. There is another piece of bamboo with a cylindrical center (rope twiner). The inside is scooped out but not completely hollow. Two 9.0 cm spikes extend from the rope twiner.
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