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Seed from headdress, or 'lahupa'. Became detached during the World Gallery redisplay.

Details

component; headdress (clothing: headwear)
nn4843.12
Anthropology

11 items (description level: accessory)
Broad category
Anthropology: Ethnography
Additional names, titles, or classifications
catalogue name:  component; headdress (clothing: headwear)

Place
Assam, India, South Asia, Asia
Additional place information
made or collected:  Assam 
Culture
Tangkhul Naga; Ao Naga
Additional culture information
maker or user: possibly Tangkhul Naga 
maker or user: possibly Ao Naga 

Materials & techniques
seeds
Additional material & technique information
material: cane (overall)
material: brass (overall)
material: hair (overall)
material: seeds (overall)
material: cowrie shells (overall)
material: hornbill feathers (overall)
material: fur (overall)


Related objects
part of headdress (clothing: headwear) (nn4843)
Related subjects
association: Warrior headdresses
maker or user: possibly Tangkhul Naga
maker or user: possibly Ao Naga
object name: headdresses (clothing: headwear)
object name: components

Record created 2018-05-10 by RWEST
Record last updated 2018-05-16 by RWEST

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