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Drawing; five objects from Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands, including: a wooden 'pudding knife' from Mota, Banks Islands; a wooden spatula; two stone axes, one from the Gela group and one from Ambae; and a shell armlet from the Solomon Islands. 19thC(late)[?].
Gouache and graphite.
- 19thC(late) (?)
- Height: 53.2 centimetres
- Width: 33.2 centimetres
Inscription Positionback of drawing
Inscription ContentOCEANIA 38
Inscription CommentBlack ink, handwritten; blue ink, stamped.
Inscription PositionFront of drawing
Inscription ContentDark grey stone. Basalt.
Florida, Solomon Is. Leper's I.
Buff cold wood.
Hard dark-red wood
White shell armlet, Solomon Is.
Inscription CommentBlack ink, handwritten.
- Associated with: Ambae
- (Oceania,Melanesia,Vanuatu,Penama (province),Ambae)
- Associated with: Gela group
- (Oceania,Melanesia,Solomon Islands,Gela group)
- Associated with: Banks Islands
- (Oceania,Melanesia,Vanuatu,Torba (province),Banks Islands)
- Associated with: Solomon Islands
- (Oceania,Melanesia,Solomon Islands)
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
- OCEANIA 38 (British Museum reference number)
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Object reference number: EOC110296
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