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The tip is coiled with yellow-brown plant fibre, below which, there are the following: four sets of four small barbs; three sets of four increasingly longer barbs; and five sets of four small barbs. The point is decorated with a red and yellow grass sleeve with a horizontal zig zag pattern around a central red diamond shape pattern, a carved band that consists of two figures (each of which has circular eyes, a diamond-shaped nose, and an x-shaped body), and a fibre tuft with string underneath. The entire shaft is covered with a woven black and yellow sleeve with a horizontal zig zag pattern around a central diamond-shaped pattern. Bright red and yellow plant fibre coiling are at either ends of and interspersed throughout the grass sleeves. The dark brown wood shaft is plain and tapers at the end.

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