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Bag, roughly rectangular, made of pandanus fibre with rounded corners at the bottom and a thin, folded lip at the opening. The front is adorned with a pattern of rectangles and red ochre sections of the same but smaller shape, surrounded by a border of lime. Three vertical lines, constructed of a raised weave running perpendicular to the main body, are painted with red ochre. An ochre stripe continues horizontally, around the middle of the back. The braided strap overlaps the body by 20 cm at each end; interwoven into the body and knotted on the backside just under the lip and at the ends.

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Man’s bag.

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