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Wood mask in form of human face with perforated eyes and month and curved perforation down each cheek.
- Length: 35.6 centimetres
- Width: 20 centimetres
- Depth: 9 centimetres
Another, similar [to Oc1976,11.117] but longer and narrower with perforated eyes and month and curved perforation down each cheek.
115-117 VAO, N.E. MALEKULA, NEW HEBRIDES.
An ethnographical collection formed between September 1975 and January 1976 in the New Hebrides and the Solomon Islands by Assistant Keeper Dorota C. Starzecka.
See Eth.Doc. 955; and Photographs (transparencies and black and white prints in Departmental Pictorial Archive).
Purchased for the British Museum by Dorota C. Starzecka, Assistant Keeper, British Museum Dept. of Ethnography (Museum of Mankind), on a tour of Vanuatu and Solomon Islands between September 1975 and January 1976. (see Eth. Doc. 955 and photos in AOA archive).
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
- 119 (Field number)
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Object reference number: EOC24161
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