Comb. The teeth of the comb are made of small, thin, wooden sticks. There are two horizontal sticks that hold the teeth in place. Between these two sticks is a woven cotton pattern. The ends of each of the sticks are decorated with coloured feathers. The feathers are attached to the sticks with beeswax.
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sheath (weapons: accessories); belt (weapons: accessories)
sword sheath (sheath (weapons: accessories))
headdress (head ornament); headdress (dance & live theatre)
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