Teakwood pendant in the form of a mask, about 2-1/2 inches high.
This pendant also serves as a small rattle. Most of the interior is hollowed out through the back, and the back then sealed with a thin sheet of walnut wood that acts as a sounding board for glass balls trapped inside. A pattern of 49 sound holes in the upper part of the pendant connects to the inner chamber. A brass-tube cord tunnel goes through the rattle chamber and, along with the asymmetric shape of the chamber, provides sound variations when the rattle is shaken in various orientations. Hand-rubbed beeswax finish.