Ceremonial rice cutter, in form of tiger, with sec

Made:
1870-1920

Ceremonial rice cutter, in form of tiger, with second head, possibly peacock's, at end of long neck forming blade, made of steel and brass, from Darjeeling, Indian, 1870-1920

Details

Category:
Oriental Medicine
Object Number:
A26055
Materials:
brass, steel
type:
rice cutters ethnography (indian), ceremonial, ethnography (indian), rice cutters
status:
Loan: Wellcome Trust

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