Flat Carved Paddle, One of Two
Arts of the Americas
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Gift of Charlotte Elizabeth Dudley
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Tlingit (Native American). Flat Carved Paddle, One of Two, 19th century. Wood, 26 x 3 3/16 in. (66 x 8.1 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Charlotte Elizabeth Dudley, 30.1468.2. Creative Commons-BY
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One of two canoe paddles carved in light, soft wood stained brown. On each paddle there is the Northwest Coast form-line style with salmon design , frontal view with an eye in the center of the design. The handles are undecorated. Old acession number #17, 695.
Condition: good except for tip of paddle 1 is broken off.
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