Drum (warup) used in dance ceremonies, of an hour glass shape and cut from solid dark wood. The open end is carved as a fish-mouth and a carved lizard is on top. Bands with cassowary feathers and goa nuts are attached to each side and incised decoration is infilled with white.
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