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Arm-band (?), child's necklace (?) made of shell, string, beadwork.
- Curator's comments
- Similar to example in Speiser (1990) 'Ethnology in Vanuatu', Plate 40, Fig. 26 (Aoba).
- Not on display
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- Acquisition notes
- Louis-Joseph Bouge (1878-1960) was a French colonial administrator and scholar-collector who served in New Caledonia in 1899, in Vanuatu from 1906 and in Tahiti from 1915. In 1913 he sold a collection of about 374 objects to the British Museum, about 250 from Melanesia, including 180 from Vanuatu and the rest from New Caledonia and Solomon Islands.
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
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