Eating Spoon (Ifugao)

Made from one piece, with an oval spoon and a handle with a round, undecorated cross-section, colored black-brown.

In the Bontok language, the spoon is called "pa-o" or "idoh".
See: Kohnen, Norbert, 1986, Igorot, Everyday Life and Traditional Healing Methods in Filipino Hill Tribe, Triltsch Verlag Düsseldorf, p. 102

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