5 brass ear ornaments, dinumug, joined together by thread. There appear to be two pairs of similar form but differing in size, made of a strip of beaten brass, formed into a quasi circle, wider at the ends which do not quite meet, and each of which each has an inward pointing tooth. A third is similar in shape apart from being squared off opposite the ends, with a bar across. Black thread has been wrapped round the ornament opposite the openings. See figure 203 and 204 in in Rodgers, Susan. Power and Gold: Jewelry from Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines. Third edition 1995. Geneva: Barbier-Mueller Museum. In the same book see photograph on page 240 where similar ornaments are being worn as pendants on a neck chain.