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Standing figure of a man wearing a loin cloth. Black hair protrudes backwards from head. Red and black details around waist, head, and ears. Extended ears (ear spools?).


Originally registered (1968) as possibly a Punjabi figure from India, however this appears to have been a mistaken guess. The donor didn't know where it was from and said "she had acquired it from a child who found it in the ocean". Based on its strong similarity to a Micronesian figure known to have been collected from Kuttu Island, Chuuk State, Federated States of Micronesia, the attribution for this figure has now been changed to Micronesian (2013).

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