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Still no takers for the existence of Djet’s comb as anything other than the utterly obvious weaving comb. This in turn provides a good reason for seeing the carving of the spinnekrok/was on either side of the stitched façade as referring to mastery of that craft.
Another pointer is that this small comb would have served for hand-woven and fairly narrow strips of material, which is also what the middle pattern looks to be, several strips sewn together. If Djet himself was not the weaver, then perhaps it was simply an item with special significance for someone who loved him enough to let it go. A weaver.