|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Date Made:||19th Century|
|Credit Line:||Gift of the Estate of Elizabeth Lyons, Keeper of the Asian Collections, University Museum, 1989|
Craved figure of a flying bird. Wings, legs, body, long neck, head and beak were carved separately and joined together with nails. Right side of bird is unfinished, right side of bird is unfinished, right wing is raised vertically and has a nail hole through the center of the wing. Neck bust is carved with a crisscross and dot pattern. Probably 19th century hongsa, a mythical goose, from a wat hong.
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