**Originally Listed At $450**
North America, Hawaiian Islands, ca. late 19th to early 20th century CE. A beautiful and fine-grained goblet made from a hollowed and shaved coconut. The cup is comprised of a dark-brown coconut shell with a smooth rim and polished to a lustrous sheen. The cup has a nicely turned wooden pedestal foot. Cups like this example were typically used in royal dinners, celebrations, or other events of regal importance. Size: 3.875" in diameter x 5.625" H (9.8 cm x 14.3 cm)
Provenance: private Newport Beach, California, USA collection
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Foot has been repaired and there is visible adhesive and a nail on the underside. Two small fissures from the rim. Old collection label on interior. Rich patina on surface.