A very long spatula featuring an ancestor figure in classic Korwar style wearing a tall headdress and in seated position with elbows resting on his drawn-up knees. Other stylistic features include the disproportionately large head and arrow-shaped nose. The Korwar representation on this spatula is an early sub-type where a crocodile is depicted rising up to swallow the ancestor. Ex. A. Bernaud and Jacques Lebrat (France). With inventory number still intact.