- Museum number
Vegetable fibre string plaited apron decorated with a horizontal band of orange and white pigment with pendant strips of fur, pig's tails and cowrie shells.
Length: 71 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Register 1979:
Vegetable fibre string plaited apron decorated with a horizontal band of orange and of white pigment and with pendent strips of fur, pig's tails and cowrie shells.
Sporran. WOLA term = SHOWMAY AEGOP.
All objects from PAPUA NEW GUINEA WOLA People, WAS Valley, SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS PROVINCE.
Large collection from the WOLA people of the Southern Highlands, made by the vendor in 1976-78 in the WAS Valley.
Duplicate pieces sold to the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford (Pitt Rivers coll. 1979.21).
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number