Brass spittoon. The spittoon has an undecorated surface. The base is cast in a series of levels, and the body is bulbous. The neck widens towards the top and the lip of the container flares outwards. The underside has two holes and a copper fixing in the centre. Label: one exhibition label, with a black and red border, printed. The label has broken in half.
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1 item (description level: whole)
- Additional names, titles, or classifications
object name (Horniman Ethno.): spittoon
- India, South Asia, Asia
- Additional place information
made or collected: India
- Materials & techniques
- brass; copper
- Additional material & technique information
material: brass (overall)
material: copper (fixings)
- overall: 242 mm x 165 mm
- Additional measurement information
overall: 242 mm x 165 mm
- Related subjects
theme: Family and Home
object name (Horniman Ethno.): spittoons
- Record created 2004-09-23 by RHOLLEY
- Record last updated 2014-06-20 by FKERLOGUE
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