Drawing; a group of objects from Fiji, including several combs, and many wooden headrests. 19thC(late).
- Height: 54.2 centimetres
- Width: 43.1 centimetres
Inscription Positionback of drawing
Inscription ContentOCEANIA 98
Inscription Commentstamped in ink
Inscription Positionfront of drawing
Inscription Contentfiji combs
drawings from Miss Gordon Cumming
from medallions of cachalot tooth
Inscription Commenthandwritten in pencil
Related information: these drawings are tracings of drawings made by Constance Gordon-Cumming, of objects collected in Fiji by Baron Von Hugel and Sir Arthur Gordon. These objects are now in the Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Whether or not the tracings were made by Constance Gordon-Cumming is unclear.
- Associated with: Fiji
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
- OCEANIA98 (Old BM registration number)
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Object reference number: EOC110475
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