Wooden feast bowl
A shallow wooden bowl, possibly Dakota, circa 1870. The bowl has a wide flat base and two rounded vertical handles opposite one another. One side of the rim is generally flat with two raised notches leading to the handles; the opposite rim is more ragged and shows evidence of burning at its edge.
Content Category: artifacts
6 inches height (highest point)
15 1/4 inches diameter
wood (plant material)
Made by (possibly): Dakota Indians
Used in: United States
Made in: United States
Indians of North America--Material culture.
Household. Kitchen Utensils. Containers
Indian. Containers & Holders. General Utility
Indian. Containers & Holders. Unclassified
Creation: Approximately 1870
|Holding Type||3D Objects|
4111.E403 (Accession Number)