WWII era hand made from a coconut, ammo shell and is trench art from the Pacific Islands by a GI during WWII collectible display rustic


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This is a very unique WWll trench art piece. It is a water dipper made from a coconut, the handle front is a Winchester brass 20 guage shotgun shell. The handle is carved from wood. This was made by a GI in the Pacific Islands during WWII, (it has some cracks in it and doesn’t hold water anymore) I am uncertain if it can be repaired or not. Quite a unique piece. It is 15" long.

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Weight 32 oz
Dimensions 15 × 10 × 10 in