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The first piece (part a) is a figure of a brown woman with her black hair tied in a bun to one side. Her left arm at her side can rotate at the shoulders. Her right arm is folded out in front of her as she carries a large yellow and green cylindrical object, possibly a rolled carpet, which is tied on her back. She is wearing a red dress rimmed with yellow. She is standing on a flat rectangular wood base. The second piece (part b) is her right arm which is carved and painted and has a bored hole for attachment to the body (and is presently attached to the body).

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