From: Central Africa
Curatorial Section: African
|Current Location||Collections Storage|
Hemp cord. Natural and light brown stripes. Held in open shape by a series of wrapped 3 and 4 strand weaving, ending on sides with wrapped raffia "buttons" and decorative fringe. Ends of cord work are braided and threaded thru holes in crescent shaped wooden end pieces. Braided parts are then gathered and looped around thick braided handles for hanging.
|Credit Line||Gift of Mrs. W. C. Sigworth, 1966|
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