Conical body of wood wrapped with animal skin with fur, held in place by single line of leather stitching. Lozenge-shaped embouchure hole with leather strips wrapped around body just above and below. Loop of leather for hanging tied at embouchure end.
About 1982, sold by Tony Vacca, Whately, Massachusetts, to Douglas Deihl, Northampton, Massachusetts; 1984, sold by Deihl to the MFA. (Accession Date: June 13, 1984)
Helen and Alice Colburn Fund