Brass betal nut cutter with steel blade

Made:
1801-1900

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Brass betal nut cutter with steel blade, with human female head and peacock wings and tail, India, 19th century

Details

Category:
Asian Medicine
Object Number:
A111151
Materials:
brass and steel
type:
cutters and ethnography (indian) betel nuts, cutters and ethnography (indian)