Long piece of bamboo tapered to point, back painted red and black, front with green lines and interlocking rectilinear design; based covered with monkey fur, wrapped with cord; two long red feathers attached, one with small white feather attached with wax, the other blue. Worn suspended from forehead down back as ornament and protection; used in fertility rites.
Purchased from Kenneth M. Kensinger, 1965
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