Bowl, Kava

An ovoid shaped wooden kava bowl with four legs and two rim ends tapering to a point. A lug with two drilled holes is at one end and there are remnants of sennit fibre rope in these holes. Two small cowrie shells and some remnants of sennit rope are separated from the bowl but are very likely to have been originally attached to it.
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