Dayak Work Board, Kalimantan, Borneo Island
29 1/4 by 11in (74.5 by 28cm)
of rectangular shape with angled corners at the top, decorated on the upper portion with exquisitely carved figures of a mythological aso figure in low relief; finely aged surface with remnants of white pigments throughout.
Cf. Feldman (1985: p. 107) for illustrations of the type.