A Burmese betel nut box. Made from cinnabar lacquer applied to woven bamboo and horsehair. Betel nut was a mild narcotic and social habit. Women kept the boxes outfitted with betle leaves, areca nuts and other condiments that were chewed together. The delicate surface design was produced by etching.
- Origin | Thailand
- Dimensions | 9"W x 9"D x 9"H
- Age | C.1940
- Material | Bamboo
- ID | 21T01059
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