|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||Gift of William Pepper, 1896|
|Other Number:||36 - Other Number|
Slender, flat piece of brown wood, slightly curved, with pointed end and plain handle with crude knob. Sharp, triangular sharks' teeth, pierced at bases, aligned with palm leaf ribs and lashed in two opposing rows with twisted fiber. About 2/3 of way up, a strip (ribbon?) of brown cloth with three dotted white stripes under lashing. Should be 48 teeth, but one is missing in each row.
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