Cherrywood Rhythm Bones
Bones are sets of slabs or sticks, held two (or more) in each hand, and made to strike each other to make snapping and rolling sounds. They date back to ancient civilizations and were introduced in North America by early English and Irish settlers. who used them primarily as an accompaniment to jigs and reels to keep the beat steady.
This pair of cherrywood bones was made by Lohmann Woodcarving Company in Michigan.
7.5 x 1.25 inches