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From: Burma

Curatorial Section: Asian

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Object Number 29-96-782.4
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Burmese
Provenience Burma
Period Mandalay Period (uncertain)
Date Made Early 19th Century - 1904
Section Asian
Materials Teak
Technique Carved
Iconography Ogre | Dancer

Thit-tha papu. Teak carving of male figure wearing a belu gaung-saung with a headdress of an ogre. Holds a dagger in right hand. Probably made as a decorative piece for monastery frieze or corner decoration of a pyat-that, wooden spire. Stand made one piece with figure.

Height 113.3 cm
Credit Line Bequest of Maxwell Sommerville, 1904
Other Number 29-96-782B - Other Number | 85-28-6.1 - Found in Collection Number

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