Six small ivory labrets. One end of each labret, which was intended for the inside of the cheek, is expanded into a slightly oblong flange. The opposite ends are narrower, and are slightly rounded. Each has a hole drilled through the narrow end, which might have been used for stringing these labrets together. The style small size of these labrets suggests that they were used by a young male.
FROM CARD: "7435-7. 7435 - 5 SPECIMENS. 7436-2 SPECIMENS."SI ARCHIVE DISTRIBUTION DOCUMENTS SAY SENT TO PEABODY MUSEUM, HARVARD, MASS. 1887.