- Museum number
Quiver made of bamboo, plain, containing sixteen (not fourteen as Register states) blow-pipe darts made of wood, with pith guards and black, possibly poisoined tips.
- Production date
- 19thC (late)-20thC (early)
Diameter: 0.80 centimetres (each dart)
Length: 22.50 centimetres (each dart)
Weight: 0.50 grammes (each dart)
- Curator's comments
- Register 1944: 'Bamboo quiver, plain, containing fourteen [actual number is sixteen] darts of wood with pith cones on the butts and black (poisoned?) tips.'
Collected by donor's late husband who was a doctor under the 2nd Rajah Brooke in Sarawak until 1906.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Registration number