The raw and primitive Multi-faced bowl is a woodwork piece that reflects the rich tradition of woodcarving in Nagaland. Carved from a single piece of wood, it has a distinctly tilted form with a hefty looking handle. The piece is robust with a unique texture and uncontained, incongruent edges. Slightly projected faces are positioned around the bowl.
Just like most Naga woodwork objects, the Multi-faced bowl also originally had its place in the kitchen as a vessel for holding and storing food items.
The bowl could also be used as a conversation-inducing grocery basket.