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Standing female figure. Features are carved. Has tapering oval inlaid eyes, a nose, a closed red mouth, and a white line around the face that goes around above the eyes and angles downward near either cheek side. Hair is white in a grooved and upraised square pattern. Body is black. Armbands around the biceps consist of seventeen white bands below the wider red wood band. Belt is cream-coloured with red along the top. Ear ornaments are circular white hoops that have a black ridge around the middle. Anklets and bracelets are in white and red. Wood necklace is carved with five red bands and three white 'beaded' sections . Also has a deep pink-red beaded necklace with wiring. Has galvanized iron handle at the back.


Burnett wrote that while "curio-hunting round Grassi" he procured from a Mr. Bennett, "two New Georgian figures, true to life, male and female, about three feet high, carved out of wood by the bushmen of the interior" (C344-45).

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