- Museum number
Child's winter outer garment, parka, tui amauti, made from commercial cotton and wool materials, but designed with the same pattern as if made of caribou skin. Outer colours are white, blue and black, inner quilted lining of floral materials, sewn to outer garment at hood, with white fringing to hem, and grey cloth at back of hood; large shoulders characteristic of this type of garment.
- Production date
- 1996 (?)
Height: 75 centimetres (hood up)
Width: 55 centimetres (across shoulders)
- Curator's comments
- Eth.Doc.1181. Field collection by J.C.H.King, 1996. Made by Marie Aerrut for her granddaughter Linda Aerrut, aged four, in 1996, but now too small for her. (JCK,10/1996).
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number