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Brush; made from palm fibre?; bundle of fibre, dyed fuchsia, purple, yellow and green, folded in half and wrapped at folded end with twisted fibre cord; twisted fibre loop for carrying handle.
- Made in: Mexico
- (Americas,North America,Mexico)
- Height: 34.5 centimetres
- Width: 11 centimetres
- Depth: 4.5 centimetres
1977-1978, London, Horniman Museum
Objects collected during the 1970s by Chloë Sayer and Marcos Ortiz. They were exhibited in 1977-1978 at the Horniman Museum, and later acquired by the British Museum.
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: ESA82876
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