Pearl shell pendant, (Louka-Louka), large flat egg

Made:
1880-1920 in Queensland
maker:
Arunta people

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Pearl shell pendant, (Louka-Louka), large flat egg shaped shell with incised geometrical decoration filled in with red on reverse, used as a remedial charm against sickness, Arunta tribe, Queensland, Australia, 1880-1920

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