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Faucille à riz en bois et corne, Art Khmer, Cambodge

Wooden and horn rice sickle, Khmer Art, Cambodia, late 19th century

Antique Cambodian rice sickle made of wood and horn for harvesting rice. The wavy shape represents a naga, a mythical snake that protects nature and water, guaranteeing fertility in Southeast Asia. The sickle features a wooden handle ending in the snake's head in buffalo horn, and a metal blade.


In its original condition, with traces of age and wear.


This is an authentic vintage object that will add style to your interior decoration or complement a cabinet of curiosities or an Asian Art collection.


International shipping. Delivery by Colissimo with careful packaging and reinforced item protection.


DATE : end of XIXth century

ORIGIN : Southeast Asia, Cambodia Vietnam

WEIGHT : 0,250 kg

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