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Pair of water bottles made of coconut, each with leaf stopper; originally joined by vegetable fibre cord.
- c 1892
- Found/Acquired: Mer
- (Oceania,Australia,Queensland,Torres Strait Islands,Murray Islands,Mer)
- Diameter: 13 centimetres (a)
- Height: 13 centimetres (a)
- Diameter: 14 centimetres (b)
- Height: 14 centimetres (b)
2011 26 May – 11 Sep, London, BM, "Baskets and Belonging: Indigenous Australian Histories"
2015 23 Apr-02 Aug, London, BM, Indigenous Australia REQUESTED
2015-2016 Canberra, National Museum of Australia REQUESTED
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
- Oc1978,Q.338 (one bottle also registered as)
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Object reference number: EOC15458
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