|Description||A wood stick worn as a lower lip plug to designate a man in the "prime of his life." Long, thin, and flat. One end is tapered into a cylindrical square. Other end is shaped into a flat edge with a raised point. Two orange and yellow feathers are tied with string to the stick at the pointed end. Two black lines are painted on the same end.|
|Dimensions||H-0.1 W-3.2 L-46.2 cm|
A letter written by Charles A. Wilhelmson, dated 05/09/1966, suggests that the objects he donated to Stanford were collected by missionary relatives. The original letter is on file.
Donated by Charles A. Wilhelmson to the Stanford University Collections in 1960.
|Found||South America; Brazil; Araguaia River region; Ilha do Bananal|
|Place of Origin (if different than Found)||South America; Brazil; Araguaia River region; Ilha do Bananal|
|Collector||[Missionary relatives of Charles A. Wilhelmson]|
|Collection||Anthropology - South America|
Mixed material objects
|Web Export Search||Anthropology 117A|