Folks, here's another primitive cocobolo wood carving that might interest you. It is a grain masher or motar and pestle. They don't really go together because the masher doesn't fit. In fact, they weren't even bought together. But they look neat together.
These wood carvings are done by the artists of the Wounaan or Embera tribes who live in the rainforests of Panama. This particularly carving has been in my inventory for 25 years. I recently opened a box of old carvings and decided to share them with the world. The figure carving is 6" tall and the base is 2.5" x 2.5". The mash holder is 5" tall and the base has a 2.5" diameter. So if old or vintage wood carvings are your thing here's a good bet.
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