- Museum number
Red feather fringe (perhaps used as a bracelet); probably made from vent feathers on a two-ply twisted fibre string.
Length: 5.20 inches
- Curator's comments
- Register 1952:
Four red feather fringes (perhaps used as bracelets); probably made from vent feathers on a two-ply twisted fibre string.
No. 17: Feather fringe, red, probably from vent feathers, on a 2 ply twisted fibre string, used as a bracelet (?) [sic].
No. 18: Similar [to Am1952,12.17].
No. 19: Similar [to Am1952,12.17].
No. 20: Similar [to Am1952,12.17].
Modern. Urubu tribe ("of Tupí stock"). Sout of the Amazon, Brazil.
See author's book "Affable Savages".
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number