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Carved Figural Spoon

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Haida artist, Carved Figural Spoon, ca. 1880, mountain goat horn and copper, Museum Purchase: Indian Collection Subscription Fund, Rasmussen Collection of Northwest Coast Indian Art, no known copyright restrictions, 48.3.260

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Title

Carved Figural Spoon

Artist

Haida artist (Haida)

Date

ca. 1880

Medium

mountain goat horn and copper

Dimensions (H x W x D)

12 1/4 in x 2 3/4 in x 1 1/4 in

Collection Area

Native American Art

Category

Northwest Coast

Gathering, Preparation, and Serving

Object Type

spoon

Cultural Group

Haida

Credit Line

Museum Purchase: Indian Collection Subscription Fund, Rasmussen Collection of Northwest Coast Indian Art

Accession Number

48.3.260

Copyright

no known copyright restrictions

Terms

carving

copper

Haida

horn

Northwest Coast Native American styles

spoons

Place Made

Created in: Queen Charlotte Islands

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