Medieval comb, based on archeological finds. This model is also known as "nit comb", and its use was very extended on Europe during centuries 10 to 14, although it also was used by romans and other cultures from the Antiquity, and very similar models have been produced in Modern Times to the present day.
This is made of horn, but also there were combs made of bone or wood.
An essential piece in everyday life, whether as a personal care utensil or as a tool for weaving wool.
Measures: 8 x 6.5 cm.
Optional: leather case, based on the recent archaeological find at the Roman castrum from Vindolanda, United Kingdom. Dated before 100 AD.