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  • X92.178 Beaded bag

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    Beaded bag
    Nigeria
    Yoruba peoples
    Cloth, beads, thread, cardboard, leather
    H: 36.5 cm, W: 36.5 cm, D: 3.5 cm (H: 14.3 in, W: 14.3 in, D: 1.3 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hammer. X92.178

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  • X92.54 Cap

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    Cap
    Zaria, Nigeria
    Hausa peoples
    Cotton
    1991
    H: 14.5 cm (H: 5.7 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Anonymous Gift. X92.54

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  • X93.26.32 Ceremonial shoulder cloth (lu’e)

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    Object Name: Ceremonial shoulder cloth (lu’e)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Ngadha peoples

    Place of Origin: Flores Island, Indonesia

    Date/Era: Late 19th or early 20th century

    Dimensions: 218 x 136 cm

    Medium/Materials: Cotton, indigo

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Anne and John Summerfield Collection.

    Accession Number: X93.26.32

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  • X93.31.1 Beaded necklace

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    Beaded necklace
    Nigeria
    Yoruba peoples
    Glass beads, cloth, thread, wood, plant fiber
    19th century
    112 cm (44.0 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hammer. X93.31.1

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  • X93.31.2 Beaded Cap

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    Beaded Cap
    Nigeria
    Yoruba peoples
    Glass beads, thread, cloth, burlap, cardboard
    c. 1920’s-1930’s
    H: 13 cm, Diam: 19 cm (H: 5.1 in, Diam: 7.4 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hammer. X93.31.2

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  • X93.32.6a Beaded bag

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    Beaded bag
    Nigeria
    Yoruba peoples
    Glass beads, cloth, thread, wood
    54 cm (21.2 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. James Strain. X93.32.6a,b

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  • X94.14.3 Beaded flag

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    Yves Telemak (b. 1955, Port-au-Prince)
    Erz. Danthor (Ezili Dantor), 1992
    Beads and sequins on fabric
    Museum Purchase, Manus Fund. X94.14.3

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  • X94.27.11 Panel with stepped design

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    Panel with stepped design
    Peru, north coast
    Late Intermediate Period, 1150 – 1450 CE
    Camelid hair warp and weft (S-spun), some natural, some dyed colors; discontinuous warp and weft, plain weave with interlocking joins, warp-faced and warp-patterned edge bands (continuous and discontinuous)
    146 x 145 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Neutrogena Corporation. X94.27.11

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  • X94.27.6 Panel or tunic with corn plants

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    Panel or tunic with corn plants
    Possibly Chimu culture, Ica Valley, south coast of Peru (?)
    Late Intermediate Period, 1150–1450 CE
    Cotton warp, cotton and camelid hair weft; tapestry weave
    95 x 114 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Neutrogena Corporation. X94.27.6

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  • X94.35.1ab Flags (drapo Vodou) for Sen Jak and Danbala

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    Object Name: Flags (drapo Vodou) for Sen Jak and Danbala

    Artist: Unknown

    Place of Origin: Haiti

    Date/Era: Mid-20th century

    Dimensions: 96 x 93 cm

    Medium/Materials: Silk, cotton, sequins, beads, thread, fringe

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase with Manus Funds.

    Accession Number: X94.35.1ab

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  • X94.7.21 Esu club/stick

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    Esu club/stick
    Nigeria
    Yoruba peoples
    Wood, beads, cloth, thread, cowrie shells
    H: 88 cm, W: 17.5 cm (H: 34.6 in, W: 6.8 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase with Manus Fund. X94.7.21

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  • X94.76.3 Santa Marta with Hot Snake Spirit on Their Mountain

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    Santa Marta with Hot Snake Spirit on Their Mountain
    Artist: Pierrot Barra
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti
    Wood, satin, plastic, sequins, beads, pins, metallic ribbon, lace
    1993
    H: 105.5 cm, W: 91.0 cm, D: 30.0 cm (H: 41.5 in, W: 35.8 in, D: 11.8 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum Purchase. X94.76.3

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