String-making implement made of wood. Flat in section with a notch cut round below the butt end.
- Found/Acquired: Trobriand Islands
- (Oceania,Melanesia,New Guinea,Papua New Guinea,Milne Bay,Trobriand Islands)
- Length: 10.7 inches
'Atabulu-guita-nala', for combing out the fibre from the pandanus air roots, to make string.
Oc1950,02 series was mostly collected by the vendor in the Trobriand Islands about 1923.
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EOC21277
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