Korwar is the name given to wooden images carved shortly after the death of a recently deceased individual. They were consulted during crises or before an important undertaking such as a long fishing trip. This small korwar was probably carried around in a pouch for protection against misfortunes. The figure has all the classic features of korwar imagery such as a disproportionately large head, arrow-shaped nose, and both hands under the chin. Ex. Linden Museum (Germany) and Bruce Frank (US).