|Object Type||Tool / Weapon::Spoon|
|Object Type (notes)||Ivory Spoon, Fragment|
|Size||Max. Pres. Length Including Handle Attachment 0.038 m, Pres. Approx. Length of Handle Attachment 0.005 m, Max. Pres. Width 0.029 m, Pres. Thickness of Bowl 0.003-0.004 m, Pres. Thickness of Handle Attachment 0.004-0.005 m|
|Condition||Broken into three pieces, restored. One large chip, other small chips and cracks around breaks; worn. Middle fragment preserves less smoothness and is more incrusted than the other two. Approximately two-thirds of spoon tip missing.|
|Description||Spoon fragment preserving most of recessed bowl with upward-curving tapered edges which become a curved moulding below area for attachment to handle. In center of moulding, on central axis of bowl, a recessed circular hole for insert of different material. Bowl ends in a rectangular carved base for the handle attachment which consists of square ivory dowel set in circular hole.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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