A very rare museum quality collectible African tribal art comb from The Battle of Hollandia era (The Battle of Hollandia code-named Operation Reckless was an engagement between American and Japanese forces during World War II, it took place in spring of 1944 and was part of the New Guinea campaign of the Pacific War lasted from January 1942 until the end of the war in August 1945) from Papua New Guinea , Middle Sepik, Korewori River culture, long double ended hand-carved bamboo comb featuring 10 thin and very sharp stained forks to each end. It has a uniquely clever and beautiful curved and sturdy design, lightweight and easy to use for long hair, decorated with the signature symbol banded motifs from Papua people, with a different pattern to each end. For sure one of a kind. Dimensions: H. 18.5"x W. 2.25" x D. 0.75"
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