|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||Borneo | Sarawak|
|Materials||Paper | Wood | Plant Fiber | Pigment|
Diamond shaped kite made of thin paper attached to a framework of crossed sticks, and reinforced by strings. The strings are held to the paper by small orange lozenge-shaped pieces of other paper pasted over them at numerous points. One of three "Malay kites" on Furness's collection list (Nos. 174, 175, 176). One of "3 Malay kites - 2 sticks, covered w diamonds" exhibited at Wistar in May 1897.
|Credit Line||Received from various sources, pre-1929|
|Other Number||174 - Collector Number|
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