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Classifications: Furnishings and Equipment

Classifications: Furnishings and Equipment
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.4
Stool ("Mma'Gwa")
Ghanaian
81.17.337
Circular Rainbow (Kontonkorowi) stool
Ghanaian
20th century
81.17.338
Gold dust spoon
Ghanaian
81.17.341
Lion Stool
Ghanaian
after 1957
81.17.545
Cloth
Ghanaian
20th century
81.17.922
Gold dust storage box
Ghanaian
20th century
51.34
Female Comb
Ghanaian
ca. 19th century
2001.1060
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.2
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.3
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.5
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.6
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.7
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.8
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.9
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.10
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.11
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.13
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.14
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.16
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.17
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.19
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.20
Animal Hobbles
Ghanaian
2007.239
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.1
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.21
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.15
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.18
Slave Shackles (Adult)
Ghanaian
2007.242
Adinkra stamps
Ghanaian
81.17.432.12
Kente cloth
Ghanaian
81.17.1345.1
Ghanaian
20th century
81.17.339
Ghanaian
81.17.453.2
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.