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New Zealand Maori Ornaments and Decorations Featured Ear Shells Print

New Zealand Maori Ornaments and Decorations

New Zealand Maori Ornaments and Decorations. They are an ear ornament, real or imitation teeth, grotesque figures (tiki), earrings, a tail feather, a shell, wooden combs, a fly catcher, geometrical border designs, and tattooing instruments. Plate from The New Zealanders illustrated by George French Angas (1822-1886). Date: 1847

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Caryatid IX, showing front and back views (back view at smaller scale) (w/c) Featured Ear Shells Print

Caryatid IX, showing front and back views (back view at smaller scale) (w/c)

3473879 Caryatid IX, showing front and back views (back view at smaller scale) (w/c) by Breton, Adela (1850-1923); Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: Watercolour of caryatid IX, showing front and back views (back view at smaller scale).
Caryatid (properly called Atlantid) wears a white shell? and jade headdress, with jade armlets, ear plugs and necklace, with pink loincloth and legbands. Back view sh); English, out of copyright

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Mask; the eyebrows are made of copper strips and the ears, eyes and teeth are inlaid Featured Ear Shells Print

Mask; the eyebrows are made of copper strips and the ears, eyes and teeth are inlaid

Mask; the eyebrows are made of copper strips and the ears, eyes and teeth are inlaid with haliotis shell. Masks were prized items for the North American Coastal Indians and were handed down from generation to generation. They were used during ceremonies, dances and potlatches. Museum no 5448-16. Country of Origin: Northwest Coast of America. Culture: Tlingit. Material/Size: Wood, H=16 cm. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Museum of Anthropology & Ethnography Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg. Location: 35

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