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Part (a) is a long tear drop shaped plywood with three dimensional carved wood head attached centre front. Face has eyes outlined in red seeds, hook nose with open nostrils and long feather and fibre rope through wide indented mouth. Back board and head painted with geometric designs in brown, gold, white and black. White feathers double fringe attach to perimeter with twisted fibre band. Secondary face on board has wide smiling mouth. Attached black and white feather, red seed medallion top piece, back has support material of hat and ridge in wood. Four flat wood leaf shapes (b-e) with black and white zigzag markings, cut white feather surrounds them, attached at an angle to a stick bound with fibre and white feather down.

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