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Triangular apron made of a length of melaleuca bark folded in half from Melville or Bathurst Island

1985.0075.0358

Triangular apron made of a length of melaleuca bark folded in half from Melville or Bathurst Island

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Pigmented apron, made of a length of melaleuca bark folded in half, in a triangular shape. The edges are bound with split cane and adhesive, and four strands of fibre string are threaded through the top.

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