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Antique Malay Silver Betel Container, Malaysia – 19th Century

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A round lidded bowl on an inverted foot. The Betel container has a removable lid, doubling as a tray, which is designed to hold 5 other containers on top; including containers for Betel leaves, Betel nuts, and a spittoon.

Betel chewing has been popular in China, South Asia, and Southeast Asia for at least 2,000 years. It held an important place in social and formal etiquette. Traditionally, guests were presented with a tray of areca nuts and betel leaves in as much the same way as drinks are offered to guests in many cultures around the world today.

Weight 544 grams, Diameter 29 cms, Height 23 cms

Item: #330

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