76 Ifugao figurative carving on an "L" shaped bracket, 75 cm high and 94 cm long, with figure of a squatting man on the upper half, all covered with a dark black smoky patina. This was a hanging bracket used to support a shelf inside an Ifugao hut, probably near the open fireplace. It is carved from a single piece of hardwood that was originally a tree trunk with a thick perpendicular side branch. Registered as a Cultural Property by the National Museum of the Philippines in 1994, with stamp No. 0047835. (Cf. Anderson, Indigenous Art of the Northern Philippines, fig. 323 & 324 and p. 199).