|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Culture Area:||Northwest Coast Culture Area|
|Credit Line:||Exchange with George G. Heye, 1917|
|Other Number:||6/8820 - Collector Number|
Crudely carved representing human. Modified columnar shape. Groteque extended arms (consisting primarily of hand) of thin slab of bone fitted and nailed on to bone figure. Instead of legs, the bottom section curls forward and upward so that from the side the profile resembles a hook. Fine ridges are carved on the end of this protrusion. Abdomen and buttock areas protrude somewhat. Face is crudely shaped with slit for mouth and insertion of white shells with black centers for eyes. Red coloring covers face and ears. part of head, shoulder area and bottom section ooze brown grease.
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