|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||National Geographic / University Museum Expedition; Jane C. Goodale, 1955|
Balls made of goose feathers stuck together with beeswax and a metal cap is suspended on a 4-straid twisted human hair rope. Native name: Tokwinga. Worn around neck and/or wrists during funeral (pukamani) and in (kulama) ceremonies; is sometimes placed in mouth during dances. Like -27 and -28 but polished bone (wallabi) hair pin.
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