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    • Bone Mug with Handle 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1988)
      Bone mug, one in a set of two. Drinking vessels, spoons, dippers, needle cases, and parts of horse harnesses were often made of bone. These matching mugs are symmetrical and probably from the same large bone of a cow. ...
    • Bone Mug with Handle 2 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1988)
      Bone mug with handle, second in a set of two. Drinking vessels, spoons, dippers, needle cases, and parts of horse harnesses were often made of bone. These matching mugs are symmetrical and probably from the same large bone ...
    • Bone-bladed Pocket Knife 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1988)
      Bone-bladed pocket knife. Bone and horn were materials commonly used by cottagers and farmers. The bone blades of this pocket knife are secured to the handle by metal pegs. Donor: John Stensrud.
    • Cow's Horn Spoon 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1988)
      Spoon carved from cow's horn. Donor: John Stensrud.
    • Cow's Horn Spoon 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1989)
      A cow's horn spoon from Norheimsun in the Hardanger region of Norway that is over 400 years old. Donor: Gladys & Edward Smith.
    • Cow's Horn Spoon 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2001)
      Norwegian spoon made of cow's horn. Donor: Astrid Hildahl.
    • Knife Sheath 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1988)
      A knife sheath, probably made of animal horn, with silver fittings. Donor: John Stensrud.
    • Oblong Bone Object 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1988)
      Oblong bone object. Donor: John Stensrud. Size: 8"
    • Sausage Stuffer 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1988)
      Sausage stuffer carved out of bone. Donor: John Stensrud.