University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Object Number: 96-18-7
Current Location: Collections storage
Culture:Iroquois
Provenience: New York (uncertain)
Culture Area: Northeast
Date Made: 20th Century
Early Date: 1900
Late Date: 1982
Section:American
Materials:Stone
Technique:Carved
Height: 7cm
Length: 15cm
Width: 10cm
Credit Line:Gift of Drs. Fay & Walter Selove, 1996

Description

Iroquois stone carving depicting 3 spirit faces, 2 with fur hood around face; one large eagle, one turtle shell rattle and one left arm and hand with detailed fingernails. Carved area had been polished. Base of stone reads: Se-Gwoi-Don-Kwe 527-NC-71. Paper Label: Duffy Wilson.


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