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  • X95.38.177 Areca nut cutter (kacip) in the form of a mythical lion (singha)

    X95.38.177 Areca nut cutter (kacip) in the form of a mythical lion (singha)

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    Object Name: Areca nut cutter (kacip) in the form of a mythical lion (singha)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Balinese peoples

    Place of Origin: Bali, Indonesia

    Date/Era: 19th century

    Medium/Materials: Iron, gold, quartz

    Dimensions: L: 21.2 cm, W: 9.6 cm, H: 3.0 cm (L: 8.3 in, W: 3.7 in, H: 1.1 in)

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Samuel Eilenberg.

    Accession Number: X95.38.177

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  • X95.38.207a,b Betel mortar

    X95.38.207a,b Betel mortar

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    Object Name: Betel mortar

    Artist: Unknown

    Place of Origin: Lombok, Indonesia

    Date: 19th-20th century

    Dimensions: L: 16.50 cm, W: 3.20 cm, H: 3.70 cm

    Materials Used: Horn, iron, brass, wood

    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Samuel Eilenberg. X95.38.207a,b

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  • X95.38.36 Areca nut cutter, elephant

    X95.38.36 Areca nut cutter, elephant

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    Areca nut cutter, elephant
    Bengal, India
    Silver and glass
    Early 20th century
    L: 13.3 cm, W: 5.5 cm, H: .80 cm (L: 5.2 in, W: 2.1 in, H: .31 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Samuel Eilenberg. X95.38.36

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  • X95.38.57 Areca nut cutter, saluki hound

    X95.38.57 Areca nut cutter, saluki hound

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    Areca nut cutter, saluki hound
    Golconda, Andhra Pradesh, India
    Iron and brass
    16th-17th century
    L: 22.5 cm, W: 8.5 cm, H: 1.5 cm (L: 8.8 in, W: 3.3 in, H: .59 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Samuel Eilenberg. X95.38.57

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  • X95.38.75 Areca nut cutter, pair of lovers

    X95.38.75 Areca nut cutter, pair of lovers

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    Areca nut cutter, pair of lovers
    Tamil Nadu, India
    Brass
    16th-17th century
    L: 16.0 cm, W: 10.5 cm, H: 4.0 cm (L: 6.2 in, W: 4.1 in, H: 1.5 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Samuel Eilenberg. X95.38.75

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  • X95.38.93 Areca nut cutter, mythical creature

    X95.38.93 Areca nut cutter, mythical creature

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    Areca nut cutter, mythical creature
    Kandy, Sri Lanka
    Silvered brass
    19th-20th century
    L: 21.5 cm, W: 9.0 cm, H: 2.5 cm (L: 8.4 in, W: 3.5 in, H: .98 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Samuel Eilenberg. X95.38.93

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  • X96.1.9 Woman’s tube skirt (panapisan)

    X96.1.9 Woman’s tube skirt (panapisan)

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    Object Name: Woman’s tube skirt (panapisan)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Bagobo peoples

    Place of Origin: Mindanao, Philippines

    Date/Era: Early 20th century

    Medium/Materials: Abaca fiber, natural dyes

    Dimensions: 193 x 80 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Peabody-Barker Collection, Gift of Ventura County Museum of History and Art.

    Accession Number: X96.1.9

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  • X96.8.43 Mask

    X96.8.43 Mask

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    Object Name: Mask

    Artist: Unknown

    Place of Origin: Lower or Coastal Sepik region, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea

    Date/Era: 19th century or earlier

    Dimensions: H: 48 cm

    Medium/Materials: Wood, paint

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Franklin D. and Judith H. Murphy.

    Accession Number: X96.8.43

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  • X97.50.57 Head cloth

    X97.50.57 Head cloth

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    Head cloth (kain tangkuluak)
    Minangkabau peoples
    Pariangan, West Sumatra Province, Indonesia, 19th century
    Silk, gold-wrapped thread, ramie
    X97.50.57; Gift of Anne and John Summerfield

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  • X97.50.69 Shoulder cloth

    X97.50.69 Shoulder cloth

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    Minangkabau peoples
    Padang Magek, West Sumatra Province, Indonesia
    19th century
    Silk, gold-wrapped thread
    L: 267.0 cm, W: 84.5 cm (L: 105.1 in, W: 33.3 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Anne and John Summerfield. X97.50.69

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  • X97.50.81 Skirt cloth (saruang)

    X97.50.81 Skirt cloth (saruang)

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    Object Name: Skirt cloth (saruang)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Minangkabau peoples

    Place of Origin: Pandai Sikek, West Sumatra, Indonesia

    Date/Era: Probably early 20th century

    Medium/Materials: Silk, gold-wrapped thread

    Dimensions: 156 x 75 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Anne and John Summerfield.

    Accession Number: X97.50.81

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