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Stuffed headrest or doll with a tiger head on either end, decorated with a large applique flower design on top. Made of cotton with vegetable fibre filling.

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doll (pastimes: toys); headrest
nn16216
Anthropology

1 item (description level: whole)
Additional names, titles, or classifications
object name (Horniman Ethno.):  doll (pastimes: toys)
object name:  headrest
object name:  doll
object name:  pillow

Place
China, East Asia, Asia
Additional place information
made or collected:  China 
Date made
20th century
Additional date information
20th century 

Materials & techniques
textile; cotton; textile; vegetable fibre
Additional material & technique information
material: cotton (overall)
technique: textile (overall)
material: vegetable fibre (filling)
material: textile (overall)
Measurements
overall: 95 mm x 210 mm x 115 mm; 3 3/4 in x 8 1/4 in x 4 1/2 in
Additional measurement information
overall: 95 mm x 210 mm x 115 mm; 3 3/4 in x 8 1/4 in x 4 1/2 in ;


Related subjects
theme: Family and Home
Headrests
material: cotton
cotton (textile)
object name: dolls
object name (Horniman Ethno.): dolls (pastimes: toys)
object name: headrests
material: textile
technique: textile
textiles
material: vegetable fibre

Record created 2005-01-20 by JSTRIBBLEHILL
Record last updated 2014-06-06 by RSHEPHERD

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