Carved geometric design stick. Used by the Shipibo-Conibo for painting their faces. When rolled in paint and across the face (specifically going from ear to ear across the nose) it will impart a geometrical design framed by two solid lines. It is quite common to find geometric designs among the Shipibo-Conibo because in the past the symbols had meaning that held their beliefs and values. The ability to interpret and translate that meaning has since been lost, but the designs are still present.