Unglazed red clay water pot used to store water. Water is cooled by evaporation through pot.
Woven basket with woven stopper. Bait is placed in bottom of stopper. Eel crawls in and can't crawl out.
Twelve feather favors. White stick with a 2 1/4 inch (5.7 cm) across circular feather at end of stick. Centers of feathers have various colors felt and bead design. (a-c shown)
Flat braided open work fish trap. Has been repaired with glue.
Round bottomed terracotta bottle. Cream-to-red in color. Ridge around base of neck. Circular motif punched into ridge.
Gold bell with large emblem on 2 sides. Pink ribbon. From Shailand Temple.
Charcoal cookstove constructed from a Dr. Pepper bucket on outside with a clay lined pit. Used with 76-053-0028 base.
Woven, cone shaped food safe with string attached to point to allow hanging from ceiling.
Woven basket with ropes going under basket and looping over wooden carrying pole. Two baskets are carried, one on each end of pole. Ropes extending 25 inches above basket. (one of two baskets shown)
Heavy, wide metal blade on wooden handle.
White enamelware bowls with red, blue and green design. Used for food without broth.
Twisted nose rope for water buffalo. Used with yoke 76-053-0065 aandb and plow 76-053-0069.
Woven basket and stopper type top, used for carrying fish.
Woven bamboo siding panels used as room dividers. One of four.
Strips of bamboo used for keeping count of buckets of rice at harvest time.
Dipper well with woven basket with wooden handle, basket sealed to hold water.
Unglazed terracotta cup. Small base, flaring cup. Black around base. Ban Chiang, Thailand.
Cotton, man's navy work pants.
Natural finish wood rice cooker, removable bottom, used with curry pot 76-053-0030 or cooker 76-053-0032, and charcoal stove 76-053-0029 to steam rice.
Thick walled bowl, buff color, round bottom.