Cosmetic Spoon: Young Girl Swimming
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It is believed that cosmetic spoons were used to throw myrrh onto fires as offerings to gods or to the dead.
The spoon is Egyptian made from partially painted carob wood, carved in a sculpture in the round fashion.
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