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  • 378.123 Lega mask

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    Mask

    Lega peoples
    Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Wood, paint
    H: 14 cm, W: 9.50 cm, D: 4.30 cm.
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum Purchase. 378.123.

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  • LX74.1a-c Mask

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    Object Name: Mask

    Artist: Unknown

    Cultural Group: Sinhala peoples

    Place of Origin: Southern Province, Sri Lanka

    Date: Early 20th century

    Dimensions: L: 43.00 cm, H: 25.00 cm

    Materials Used: Wood, paint

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Anonymous Loan.

    Accession Number:LX74.1a-c

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  • X2002.2.53 Snuff container (idlelo)

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    Object Name: Snuff container (idlelo)
    Artist: Unknown
    Culture: Zulu peoples
    Place of Origin: Natal Colony or the Zulu Kingdom, South Africa
    Date/Era: Late 19th century
    Dimensions: H: 7 cm
    Medium/Materials: Wood, braided fiber
    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Jay T. Last.
    Accession Number: X2002.2.53

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  • X2002.2.54 Snuff container (idlelo)

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    Object Name: Snuff container (idlelo)
    Artist: Unknown
    Culture: Zulu peoples
    Place of Origin: Natal Colony or the Zulu Kingdom, South Africa
    Date/Era: Late 19th century
    Dimensions: H: 11 cm
    Medium/Materials: Horn, wood
    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Jay T. Last.
    Accession Number: X2002.2.54

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  • X2002.2.55 Snuff container (idlelo)

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    Object Name: Snuff container (idlelo)
    Artist: Unknown
    Culture: Zulu peoples
    Place of Origin: Natal Colony or the Zulu Kingdom, South Africa
    Date/Era: Late 19th century
    Dimensions: H: 19 cm
    Medium/Materials: Horn, wood
    Credit Line: Credit Line and Assession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Jay T. Last.
    Accession Number: X2002.2.55

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  • X2002.2.73 Snuff container (idlelo)

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    Object Name: Snuff container (idlelo)
    Artist: Unknown
    Culture: Zulu peoples
    Place of Origin: Natal Colony or the Zulu Kingdom, South Africa
    Date/Era: Late 19th century
    Dimensions: H: 13.2 cm
    Medium/Materials: Wood
    Credit Line:Credit Line and Assession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Jay T. Last.
    Accession Number: X2002.2.73

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  • X2002.33.1 Mask

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    Mask
    Pwevo (woman)
    Ovimbundu, Luchazi, or Luvale people
    Zambia
    Late 19th-20th century
    Wood, plant fiber, bone
    H: 24.3 cm, W: 16.2 cm, D: 7.5 cm (H: 9.6 in, W: 6.4 in, D: 2.9 in)
    Museum purchase with funds provided by Jay T. Last. X2002.33.1

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  • X2002.33.10 Mask

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    Mask
    Kashinakaji (old woman)
    Luvale or Luchazi peoples
    Zambia
    Late 19th-20th century
    Cordage, wood
    H: 100.0 cm, W: 56.0 cm, D: 13.0 cm (H: 39.4 in, W: 22.0 in, D: 5.1 in)
    Museum purchase with funds provided by Jay T. Last. X2002.33.10

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  • X2002.33.11 Mask

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    Mask
    Katoyo or Chindele (foreigner)
    Ngangela or Mbunda peoples
    Angola or Zambia
    Late 19th-20th century
    Wood
    H: 24.0 cm, W: 16.0 cm, D: 5.1 cm (H: 9.4 in, W: 6.3 in, D: 2.0 in)
    Museum purchase with funds provided by Jay T. Last. X2002.33.11

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  • X2002.33.12 Mask

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    Mask
    Katoyo or Chindele (foreigner)
    Ngangela or Mbunda peoples
    Angola or Zambia
    Late 19th-20th century
    Wood, rubber, cordage, beads, hair
    H: 37.0 cm, W: 23.0 cm, D: 12.0 cm (H: 14.6 in, W: 9.1 in, D: 4.7 in)
    Museum purchase with funds provided by Jay T. Last. X2002.33.12

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  • X2002.33.13 Mask

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    Mask
    Katoyo or Chindele (foreigner)
    Ngangela or Mbunda peoples
    Angola or Zambia
    Late 19th-20th century
    Wood, plant fiber, paint
    H: 36.0 cm, W: 24.0 cm, D: 12.0 cm (H: 14.2 in, W: 9.4 in, D: 4.7 in)
    Museum purchase with funds provided by Jay T. Last. X2002.33.13

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  • X2002.33.14 Mask

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    Mask
    Katoyo reinterpreted as Chikungila (ambiguous ancestor)
    Mbunda peoples, Zambia
    Late 19th-20th century
    Wood, plant fiber, cordage
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. X2002.33.14

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