Cycladic bronze tool with two jaws of equal length with flattened ends. The function of this type of objects, which are usually encountered in female graves, is not entirely clear. They may have been used as tweezers or instruments for the preparation of cosmetic goods. Tweezers are common in the Cyclades and may have been a local invention. Other bronze objects of possible cosmetic use in the Early Cycladic period (3200-2800 BC) include spatulas and razors.