From: Mexico (Central America) | Baja California Sur
Curatorial Section: American
|Mexico (Central America) | Baja California Sur
|Southwest Culture Area
|Wood | Pigment | Cotton
Broken and eaten away by parasites; fairly straight peeled twigs painted with red and blue stripes and patches; tied with piece of green printed cotton and with thin strip of turqoise cotton; piece of this also tied to end of one stick.
|Purchased from Edward Moser, 1962
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