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Classifications: Furnishings and Equipment

Classifications: Furnishings and Equipment
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Armchair
Jean-Baptiste Sené
ca. 1795-1800
97.44.1.1
Armchair
Jean-Baptiste Sené
ca. 1795-1800
97.44.1.2
Shadow puppet
Chinese
late 19th - early 20th century
95.38.156
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.4
Stool
Surinam
81.17.1405
Ancestor board
Melanesian
81.17.1453
Shadow puppet
Chinese
late 19th - early 20th century
95.38.124
Headdress (Esidai)
Maasai
2000.6
Cradleboard doll
Plateau
late 1800s
93.73
Sidechair B5
Marcel Breuer
1926-27
98.23
B6 chair
Marcel Breuer
1929
98.24
Firescreen: Cocks and Crows
William Hunt Diederich
ca. 1930
33.1883
Staff
South African
81.17.1270
Cow's milk bottle
Turkana
81.17.1101
Bottle
Turkana
81.17.1104
Gourd
Turkana
81.17.1106
Chair
Gurunsi
81.17.1130
Headdress
Turkana
20th century
81.17.1154
Hat
Turkana
81.17.1155
Mat
Kenyan
81.17.1212
Stool
Agni/Akan
81.17.1043
Milk container
Pokot
81.17.1053
Doll
Turkana
20th century
81.17.1076
Doll
Turkana
20th century
81.17.1077
Food bowl (Atuba)
Turkana
81.17.1096
Headdress
Maasai
81.17.1025
Headdress
Maasai
81.17.1026
Ceremonial entrance panel
Melanesian
81.17.1458
Food Dish (Beaver)
Tsimshian
19th century
91.1.74
S'íx'
Northern Northwest Coast
ca. 1850
91.1.85
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