|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Materials||Wood | Shell|
Deep round wooden bowl with flat bottom. Entire outer surface covered with rauponga carving (rows of dog-tooth notches surrounded by parallel grooves and ridges): large spirals and human figures. On opposite sides are fully carved human figures, serving as handles. On bottom, GBG [George Byron Gordon] and number 19 [Gordon number]. Large chip out of rim, near which are drilled two small holes. Possibly made in London by James Frank Robieson.
|Credit Line||Purchased from the Estate of George Byron Gordon, 1927|
|Other Number||GBG 19 - Gordon Number|
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