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Standing wooden figure of a nude female wearing a neck ring. She has long incised eyes above a wide nose and small pronounced mouth; four silver-coloured teeth are embedded throughout her open mouth. A light brown band is painted across her eyes, extending from ear to ear; small semi-circular ears protrude from either side of her head. She has three large ridges across the top of her head, imitating hair. Her neck bulges outward at the centre, and the neck ring consists of rows of incised pointed ovals. Her arms curve outward, running parallel to her body, with lines incised along the bottom edge of the hands, imitating fingers. She has a flat stomach below pointed breasts; has pronounced belly button, buttock, genitalia, thighs and calves. Her feet are oval-shaped, acting as a base. Incised bands across her hips and down her stomach, consisting of horizontal lines and “X”’s. There is a large “T”-shape incised across her back with a large semi-circle extending from the top; semi-circle is divided into four triangular sections. Linear motifs are carved throughout the "T" and semi-circle.


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

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