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Classifications: Jewelry and Personal Accessories

Classifications: Jewelry and Personal Accessories
Earring (Imuna)
Noonkipa ene Lasiti
2000.12.10.1
Earring (Imuna)
Noonkipa ene Lasiti
2000.12.10.2
Belt (Enailianga)
Ngoto Nenkutuksidai
2000.12.16
Bridal necklace (Enkirewa)
Noorbukoi Sipoi
2000.12.1
Bull necklace (Norkiteng)
Nalepo ene Matinti
2000.12.2
Blue necklace (Emankeki pus)
Noolaitete ene Maimai
2000.12.3
Ear flap (Inchonito oo nkiyaa)
Ngoto Saitoti ene Moipei
2000.12.9.1
Medallion style necklace (Orkamishina)
Kumolasho ene Kenedi
2000.12.12
Wristlet (Inkipilat oo nkaik)
Noolarami ene Solonka
2000.12.15.1
Wristlet (Inkipilat oo nkaik)
Noolarami ene Solonka
2000.12.15.2
Anklet (Inkalulungani)
Macy ene Kundu/Ntawuasa
2000.12.20.2
Ear flap connector
Ngoto Saitoti ene Moipei
2000.12.9.3
Over necklace (Ololuaa)
Naramat ene Mure
2000.12.11
Leather choker (Engotoo oo ntepei)
Noorkinyewani ene Keeja
2000.12.8
Anklet (Inkalulungani)
Macy ene Kundu/Ntawuasa
2000.12.20.1
Blue and red necklace (Enkado arass)
Nooltubula ene Maimai
2000.12.5
Ear flap (Inchonito oo nkiyiaa)
Ngoto Saitoti ene Moipei
2000.12.9.2
Pattern necklace (Emankeki oo Muatat)
Nchikina ene Leipa
2000.12.4
Small blue necklace (Emankeki kiti pus)
Noolarami ene Solonka
2000.12.7
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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.

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