|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||Gift of Dr. Frederica de Laguna, 1996|
|Other Number:||12 - Other Number|
Tourist carving in Sepik River style. Oval wooden mask with slanting, slit eyes cut through. Curved brows project above the raised ridge of the nose, which ends in heart-shaped nostrils. A carved ridge connecting the brows to the tip of the nose describes a flat heart-shaped area in the middle of the face. The mouth is a short straight line in the slightly projecting chin. There is a double arched decoration carved in low relief on the forehead. Hole at top with wire for hanging.
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