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T0286
Description: 
From the earliest times wood has been used for utensils. Belt cups were made of burl; an abnormal growth found on many species of tree. This belt cup has an image of a moose carved in low relief on the convex side, and a small bone serves as a toggle to retain the cup under the owner’s belt.
Physical dimensions: 
height 7.25 in ; length 12 in ; width 10.5 in
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