Arts of the Pacific Islands
late 19th century
Tag on object reads "37756 / 1", erased and written over "9404" and "Hebride" on the reverse
Prior to 1893, provenance not yet documented; by 1893, acquired by James Grieves Peace of Rotorua, New Zealand; 1893, purchased from James Grieves Peace by the Field Museum, Chicago; 1907, gift of the Field Museum to the Brooklyn Museum, by exchange.
This item is not on view
ni-Vanuatu. Mat, late 19th century. Fiber Brooklyn Museum, By exchange, 07.468.9404 (Photo: , 07.468.9404_detail.jpg)
detail, 07.468.9404_detail.jpg., 2018
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