An antique wood butter churn from Eastern Tibet estimated at 1920-1940s. This container was most likely used to churn butter or transport and store milk. Traditionally used to make yak butter or even yak cheese. This rustic container can easily fit into modern interiors. Used for storage or a rustic waste basket.
Condition: Excellent, wear consistent with age.
Measures: 12 x 13" tall.
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