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Small rectangular comb made of several small, thin pieces of light brown wood, each tapered to a point at one end, set closely together in a reddish-brown clay-like material that has shiny surface and geometric design incised on the surface. The clay-like material forms a sort of handle for the comb, and is rounded at the corners of its outer edge. The incised design consists of a chevron-like pattern centred on a horizontal line, below and above which there are four horizontal lines of dots, two on each side of the arrow design. On the bottom of the handle portion closest to the teeth are there are two additional horizontal lines. The design is the same on both sides of the handle. There is a vertical crack in the clay-like material of the handle on both sides, with a small area of what looks like glue at the crack on the top edge of the handle.

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