Title

Beadwork

Creator

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Source

Miscellaneous Objects

Maxey Catalog Number

WHIT-Q-1210

Description

triangular shaped piece of beadwork mounted on cardboard, beadwork is 4 stripes of yellow/black on either side of a center decoration of black circles and tiny squares on a field of white beads, the beadwork is done on a piece of tan cotton cloth, records claim the beadwork was intended for a slipper top worn by the rich class in the Philippines. Accession File states: "Bead work - Intended for slipper top. Worn by rich class in Philippines."

Type

Physical object

Format

Cloth, beads

Number of Artifacts

1

Cultural Affiliation

Philippine

Donor

Lew C. Greenwood

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