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A small and long white-yellow coloured walrus tusk piece with brown-black coloured designs. The piece is wider in the centre and the two ends taper to a squared-off point. Both sides of the object have the same black coloured design: in the centre of the piece just below a raised carved handle, is a large circular design with a doted centre. Outside the circle at four different corners are four circles with doted centres that are each connected to the larger circle by a single line. Extending from both sides of the centre circle are a series of vertical lines with small squares, a single circle with a doted centre and four lines that extend from four of its corners, a series of closely spaced vertical lines, a rectangular patch of cross-hatching, and a series of spaced vertical lines, and two small circles with doted centres.

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