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  • X89.688 Gable ornament

    X89.688 Gable ornament

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    Object Name: Gable ornament

    Artist: Unknown

    Cultural Group: Iatmul peoples

    Place of Origin: Aibom, Chimbri Lakes, Middle Sepik River, Papua New Guinea

    Dimensions: H: 25.00 cm, W: 19.00 cm

    Materials Used: Unglazed earthenware

    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Wallace M. Ruff Trust. X89.688

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  • X89.705 Sago storage jar (au)

    X89.705 Sago storage jar (au)

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    Object Name: Sago storage jar (au)

    Artist: Unknown

    Cultural Group: Iatmul peoples

    Place of Origin: Aibom, Chambri Lakes, Middle Sepik River, Papua New Guinea

    Dimensions: H: 56.00 cm, DIAM: 54.00 cm

    Materials Used: Unglazed earthenware, pigment

    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Wallace M. Ruff Trust. X89.705

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  • X89.821 Votive plaque (ema)

    X89.821 Votive plaque (ema)

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    Votive plaque (ema)
    Tokyo, Japan
    Late 19th-early 20th century
    Wood and paint
    H: 15.5 cm, W: 25.4 cm, D: 1.8 cm (H: 6.1 in, W: 10 in, D: .71 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. Daniel C. Holtom. X89.821

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  • X89.846 Votive plaque (ema)

    X89.846 Votive plaque (ema)

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    Votive plaque (ema)
    Japan
    Late 19th-early 20th century
    Wood and paint
    H: 23.6 cm, W: 33.4 cm, D: 1.2 cm (H: 9.3 in, W: 13.1 in, D: .47 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. Daniel C. Holtom. X89.846

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  • X89.847 Votive plaque (ema)

    X89.847 Votive plaque (ema)

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    Votive plaque (ema)
    Japan
    1917
    Wood and paint
    H: 22.7 cm, W: 30.0 cm, D: 1.0 cm (H: 8.9 in, W: 11.8 in, D: .39 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. Daniel C. Holtom. X89.847

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  • X89.859 Votive plaque (ema)

    X89.859 Votive plaque (ema)

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    Votive plaque (ema)
    Japan
    Late 19th-early 20th century
    Wood and paint
    H: 17.6 cm, W: 21.8 cm, D: 2.0 cm (H: 6.9 in, W: 8.6 in, D: .79 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. Daniel C. Holtom. X89.859

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  • X89.863 Votive plaque (ema)

    X89.863 Votive plaque (ema)

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    Votive plaque (ema)
    Japan
    1895
    Wood and paint
    H: 24.6 cm, W: 31.6 cm, D: 2.0 cm (H: 9.7 in, W: 12.4 in, D: .79 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. Daniel C. Holtom. X89.863

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  • X89.864 Votive plaque (ema)

    X89.864 Votive plaque (ema)

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    Votive plaque (ema)
    Japan
    1935
    Wood and paint
    H: 23.0 cm, W: 29.4 cm, D: 1.2 cm (H: 9.1 in, W: 11.6 in, D: .47 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. Daniel C. Holtom. X89.864

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  • X89.872 Votive plaque (ema)

    X89.872 Votive plaque (ema)

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    Votive plaque (ema)
    Japan
    Early 20th century
    Wood and paint
    H: 32.5 cm, W: 47.6 cm, D: 2.0 cm (H: 12.8 in, W: 18.7 in, D: .79 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. Daniel C. Holtom. X89.872

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  • X90.21a-j Funerary puppet (sigalegale)

    X90.21a-j Funerary puppet (sigalegale)

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    Object Name: Funerary puppet (sigalegale)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Toba Batak peoples

    Place of Origin: Sumatra, Indonesia

    Date/Era: 19th or early 20th century

    Medium/Materials: Wood, paint, cloth, metal

    Dimensions: L (box): 143 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Jerome L. Joss.

    Accession Number: X90.21a-j

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  • X90.662a-e Coffin

    X90.662a-e Coffin

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    Object Name: Coffin

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Kayan or Kenyah peoples

    Place of Origin: Mahakam River East Kalimantan [Borneo], Indonesia

    Date/Era: 19th or early 20th century

    Dimensions: L: 204 cm

    Medium/Materials: Wood, conus shell, nails

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Jerome L. Joss.

    Accession Number: X90.662a-e

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  • X91.176 Ornament for a sacred flute

    X91.176 Ornament for a sacred flute

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    Object Name: Ornament for a sacred flute

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Mundugumor peoples

    Place of Origin: Yuat River, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea

    Date/Era: 19th century

    Dimensions: L: 43 cm

    Medium/Materials: Wood, shell, hair, mud, feathers, plant fiber, seeds, leather

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Patricia B. Altman.

    Accession Number: X91.176

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