청동 젓가락 (靑銅箸)

Overall: 24.7 cm (9 3/4 in.)
Location: not on view
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Nowadays Korean still prefer metal chopsticks (stainless steel and brass) to wooden ones.


In Korea, chopsticks made of metal such as brass, silver, and gold were excavated from ancient tombs and ruins dated to the 6th century at the earliest. Burial goods often include utilitarian objects such as table wares and utensils because the dead were believed to need them in the afterlife.



Korea, Goryeo dynasty (918–1392)

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