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Horn container filled with packed pigment and plant fibre; horn has a hole drilled through the tip. Brass ring is strung through the hole and has decorative brass attachments. Attachments include: a bracelet-like band, two coiled springs and an ankle dance rattle-like band. The bracelet-like attachment has a rounded interior and exterior; top and bottom sides are flat. The centre exterior is decorated with incised diagonal lines. The rattle-like band is folded, with the top and bottom edges pinched at two points on the exterior side; semi-circles protrude from top and bottom edges in between pinched sections. The ends of the band are curled into tight circles.


The donor taught in a rural school in Tobli, eastern Liberia, from 1965 to 1967.

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