From: United States of America | North Carolina

Curatorial Section: American

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Object Number 70-9-109
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Cherokee
Provenience United States of America | North Carolina
Culture Area Southeast Culture Area
Section American
Materials Wood

made of Rhododendron wood-used for eating corn soup-something else is written on the card but is now washed away-the spoon has a long wide handle which tapers off almost to a point at the tip. the pointed at the tip. The handle, rather than being carved at the center of the circular spoon, is carved on the side so that the spoon seems to be very lopsided.

Height 7 cm
Length 24 cm
Credit Line Bequest of Samuel Pennypacker, 1970

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