Sago stirrer made of wood. The handle is formed of a figure with a square head and a small top knot hair style. The figure's torso is decorated with paint and incised details and has one arm, the other appears to be missing. There are two legs decorated with a similar pattern and the handle extends down between the figures legs, with similar paint and incised lines. After the painted section the handle turns into plain wood that extends in a similar way before broadening out and then forms a rounded point at the tip.
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