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Aboriginal Ornament selected from the International Exhibition London 1862 for Henry Christy

19th Century

Louisa Leila Waterhouse Hawkins

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Aboriginal Ornament selected from the International Exhibition London 1862 for Henry Christy

Date

19th Century

Description

Drawing; pl. 65, fig. 1; a pipe elaborately carved in black slate, two of the four human figures are employed in sawing a piece of wood, the other two are fighting with an Alligator; fig. 2; a pipe partly of wood; the fire cup is of slate mounted on the square stem inlaid with mother of pearl; the ornamentation is elaborate. British Columbia, Canada.
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British Columbia, Canada

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