- Museum number
Bird-snare (for peacocks and small game) made with long length of twisted fibre with pegs (bamboo? wood?) and fibre nooses tied to it at regular intervals; all bound together and attached to cane ring for storage.
- Production date
Height: 43 centimetres (part a)
Height: 34 centimetres (part b)
Weight: 0.24 kilograms (part a)
Weight: 27 grammes (part b)
Width: 27 centimetres (part a)
Width: 15.10 centimetres (part b)
Depth: 5.80 centimetres (part a)
Depth: 2.70 centimetres (part b)
- Curator's comments
- Large Collections Register: 'Another similar [composite snare]. 175, 176. Snares for peacocks and small game. The line is set with the nooses spread and the pegs driven flush with the ground, and the game is driven through it.'
See also: As1933,0715.176.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- The Large Collections Register notes that this collection was acquired by Rai Bahadur Hira Lal (q.v.) in or before 1914.
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: 106 (List Number)