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Carved wooden fetish figure. The standing figure has large eyes and a mouth with teeth carved into the face. It wears a tall, decorated, wedge-shaped hat. Most of the protruding nose and ears have been removed, with bored nostril and ear holes remaining. The figure’s arms are bent, with forearms and hands resting on the chest, and each hand has three carved fingers. The torso is rounded and protruding at both front and back, and a hole has been bored at the stomach’s centre. The buttocks are angularly carved. Legs are thick and bent in a squatting position, and end in large feet with carved toes. A sash of woven plant fibre is wound several times around the figure’s waist, with another surrounding the front of the chest and inserted through holes in the wood between the upper arms and torso. It is knotted together at back.

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