Bone, punched holes in each end, from Krikiktak site near Schishmaref, Alaska, Eskimo.
Stone Mortar (Khal).
Woven bamboo colander.
Six blue enamel spoons. In most households these were the only eating utensils (i.e. no forks or table knives) used.
Metal with two black handles. Perforated bottom for draining. Mark by handle '20'. Lid has black handle on top.
Shallow basket, eggshell color with purple edge trim. Circular pattern.
Handmade wooden handle with sharp blade inset. Handle notched into hollow round stick.
Galvanized metal can for measuring one liter of rice. Number stamped on rim outside '278975' and oval maker mark.
Large wooden stick, with hole drilled in top. Blue twine tie.
Water dipper, leather dipper with bone handle.
Round one piece aluminum frying pan with two handles.
Three or four pieces of wood tied together. Used to start fires.
Metal pot with black handles extending on each side, with top. Used to steam rice.
Corded netck pottery, coil construction, grey. Native American, Utah.
Tawa, for making bread, cakes, and cookies, flat round iron piece with ring.
Antler, dipper-shaped, deer carved in bowl, handle carved, human head design, Metzokatia, Tsimshian, Alaska, Eskimo.
Enamel metal serving tray, white with blue pattern.
Brass, carved design of flowers and dog on topside of tray.
Cooking spoon, almost certain to be handmade.
Unglazed pestle. Bell shaped, rounded at top and bottom. Abrasive surface. Orange clay.