|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
Federated States of Micronesia
|Credit Line:||Gift of Stephen B. Richmond, 2013|
|Other Number:||301 - Collector Number|
Two double rows of shark teeth, still attached to cartilage, bound to a length of plant fiber with criss- crossing twisted fiber cord. 17-18 teeth long. Braided extensions at the two ends, one of which is formed into a loop. The loop is slipped over the thumb and the rest of the length wound around the wrist and forearm, with the teeth positioned for slashing. Made for the collector.
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