Provincial Scoop

c. 1900
$68 USD
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W: 9.5" D: 18.75" H: 4.0"
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Hand carved in Northern China over a century ago, this provincial scoop was originally used for rice or grains. With time, the wood has developed a smooth character that calls to be touched. The form is graphic and represents bounty and prosperity. We like to use a scoop for candy or nuts on a table or mounted with others en mass on a wall in a kitchen or a butler's pantry.

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