Inuvialuit males wore stud-shaped ornaments in incisions under each corner of the mouth. Labrets were often decorated by attaching half of a bead to the outer surface.
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"They wear, in the fleshy part of both cheeks, studs or buttons made of marble, soapstone or serpentine, frequently ornamented with glass beading (…)". (Émile Petitot, quoted in Savoie, 1971: 176)