One of two adinkra stamps, each consisting of a disc of carved gourd with three slivers of cane inserted into the upper side and tied into a tripod with thread at their upper ends; tied with yellow thread, the stamp design is geometric, a Greek cross centrally surrounded by a circle of triangles joined at their bases.
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