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sheathing. Very curious are the arm-coils from Bouka Bay, New Guinea, which consist of one spiral strip of bark. Ear-rings are found in all times and among almost every people. They range in

PSM V40 D058 Neklace of tiger claws.jpg
Necklace of Tiger-claws. India. (Miss Abbie M. White.)

size, material, and elegance from the brilliant solitaire in gold setting, worn by our ladies, to the bird-skins worn in the ears in New Zealand or the immense ornaments of shell with carved ivory in-