|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Culture Area:||Northwest Coast Culture Area|
|Length:||22.8 Measurement Unit Not Provided|
|Width:||19.6 Measurement Unit Not Provided|
|Thickness:||2 Measurement Unit Not Provided|
|Credit Line:||Exchange with George G. Heye, 1917|
|Other Number:||7/1146 - Collector Number|
Two large spindle whorls made of whale vertebra. Each is oval, flat, has hole in center, serrated edge, two concentric red ovals on one side and other side painted all red. The bone is actually thinner in a, but warping gives greater whole thickness.
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