Cosmetic Spoon: Young Girl Swimming
Cosmetic Spoon: Young Girl Swimming is a late Eighteenth Dynasty Ancient Egyptian carving by an unknown artist. Completed sometime between 1400-1300 BC, it currently resides in the Louvre, Paris. These spoons are also referred to as "toilet spoons."
The spoon is made from partially painted carob wood, carved in a "sculpture in the round" fashion.
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