- Museum number
bark-cloth mat made of a single piece of bark cloth decorated with black, yellow, brown and blue-green. Possibly used as capes or for wall decoration.
Length: 160 centimetres
Width: 175 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Register 1962:
No. 123: Barkcloth mat made of a single piece of bark cloth. Brown, green, yellow and black. A circle with a cross design with birds holding fish in two segments, and a triangular composition with a face in the centre in the other two segments.
No. 124: Bark cloth, mat, made of single piece of bark cloth. Black, yellow, brown and blue-green.
No. 123: (ti 1a); No. 124: (ti 1b). Cross motif seems to suggest mission influence. TIKUNA. Obtained at Mission. Possibly used as capes or for wall decoration.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number