Swallowing Arrow


From: New Mexico

Curatorial Section: American

Native Name Tele-Wi-Qui-Na-Nai
Object Number 22672.1
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Pueblo | Zuni
Provenience New Mexico
Culture Area Southwest Culture Area
Section American
Materials Wood | Feathers | Sinew | Pigment

A wooden stick with feathers attached with sinew at one end and feathers split in half attached at the sides of the stick. Thin, painted bands in black separate larger sections of blue and pink paint. One end of the stick has notch carved out.

Length 68 cm
Width 9 cm
Credit Line Purchased from Mr. Vanderwagen, 1902

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