From: New Mexico
Curatorial Section: American
|Pueblo | Zuni
|Southwest Culture Area
|Wood | Fiber | Feather | Pigment
Wooden stick with a plume of feathers tied toward one end. An additional plume of feathers is attached to a loose string tied to a carved end of the stick. That end is carved into a stepped design. Most of the wood is dyed black. Wood at the upper end, below the stepped design, has a deep notch carved out.
|Gift of F. Webb Hodge, 1897
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