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Monday, July 18, 2016

Ancient Artifact Review 79 : Antique Malay Muslim Foldable Kukor Kelapa ( Coconut Grater) 20th Century

This is a very interesting coconut grater called kukor kelapa from Malaysia. It was used predominantly by the Muslim Malays in Malaysia to grate coconut flesh. The body of this Kukor was made of wood and its foldable.
This kukor is probably from 20th Century. 

Specification :

Item : A Coconut Grater ( Kukor Kelapa)
Dim : 450mm x 150mm
Material : Wood
Design : Foldable
Origin : Malaysia

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