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Classifications: Jewelry and Personal Accessories

Classifications: Jewelry and Personal Accessories
Carved pendant
Mexican
58.17
Pendant
Ancient American
48.19
Figural pendant
Panamanian
ca. 1000-1530
58.64
Pendant
Costa Rican
ca. 16th century
59.53
Cedar bark neck rings
Kwakwaka'wakw
late 19th - early 20th century
91.1.14
Red cedar bark neck ring
Kwakwaka'wakw
ca. 1900
91.1.15
Red cedar bark neck ring
Kwakwaka'wakw
ca. 1900
91.1.16
Red cedar bark neck ring
Kwakwaka'wakw
ca. 1930
91.1.17
Pipe
Lakota
late 19th century
91.1.101
Headdress plume
Peruvian
ca. 1200
95.28
Nose ring
Colombian
59.51.1
Deity pendant
Ancient American
69.115
Pendant
Ancient American
69.117
Pendant
Ancient American
69.118
Bagwikala (human being neck ring)
Mungo Martin (Nakapankam)
ca. 1910
83.241
Double Alligator pendant
Panamanian
ca. 1480
67.90
Pendant
Costa Rican
ca. 1000-1530
66.5
Eagle pendant
Costa Rican
ca. 1000-1530
66.4
Labret
Mixtec
ca. AD 900-1500
2018.3.5
Labret
Mixtec
ca. AD 900-1500
2018.3.6
Labret
Mixtec
ca. AD 900-1500
2018.3.8
Labret
Mixtec
ca. AD 900-1500
2018.3.9
Labret
Mixtec
ca. AD 900-1500
2018.3.10
Labret
Mixtec
ca. AD 900-1500
2018.3.11
Labret
Mixtec
ca. AD 900-1500
2018.3.12
Labret
Mixtec
ca. AD 900-1500
2018.3.13
Labret
Mixtec
ca. AD 900-1500
2018.3.14
Labret
Mixtec
ca. AD 900-1500
2018.3.15
Labret
Mixtec
ca. AD 900-1500
2018.3.7
Labret
Mixtec
ca. AD 900-1500
2018.3.4
Blanket pin
Michael Pavel (CHiXapkaid)
2007
2007.40
Wooden Pipe
Native American
ca. 1870
91.1.50
Bracelet, totemic eagle design
Native American
ca. 1900
74.34
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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.