An assemblage of forty-seven ivory pendants from a bracelet. Each of the pendants has a small hole drilled at one end for attaching to a hoop or thong, or perhaps for sewing to the cuff of a glove. Some of the pendants are carved at the opposite end to resemble the tail of a fish. The other pendants have plain ends.
FROM CARD: "IVORY STICKS, FORTY-SEVEN IN NUMBER; PIERCED WITH HOLES AT ONE END. TWENTY-FIVE ARE PLAIN AND TWENTY-TWO HAVE THEIR PENDANT ENDS BIFURCATED LIKE THE TAIL OF A FISH. ANDERSON RIVER. LENGTH OF STICKS, 2 1/4 TO 3 INCHES."