Painted Wood Dayak Shield, Klau, Kenyah-Kayan, Kalimanta, Bornea, Indonesia, early 20th century, lightweight wood, reinforced by four horizontal bands of bound rattan, adorned with strands of hair inserted in perforations around the central painted head of a monster, udoq, the reverse decorated with two mythological figures, lg. 45 1/2, wd. 13 in.
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