Needle, hunter's belt accessory
late 19th - early 20th century
Bone: horn (Far East Siberian musk deer - Moschus moschiferus turowi); wood; leather: natural leather: suede: skin suede
"Ime tapkuni" , hunter's belt accessory, made from musk deer bone with a roving strap inside and out. Geometric figures in the form of straight and broken lines are carved on the outside of the bone. From the outside, a wooden cork is attached to the hollow tube of the bone, to which an arcuate belt is attached, passing inside the tube and going out. The outer part of the belt is designed to attach the needle bar to the belt. Abstract by T.Yu. Sem
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