FMNH 108010.nosub[1]

  • 108010 brass food tray
    Photographer: Alpha Sadcopen : Field Museum of Natural History
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    Description: Top view without scale
  • 108010 brass food tray
    Photographer: Alpha Sadcopen : Field Museum of Natural History
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Top view
  • 108010 brass food tray
    Photographer: Alpha Sadcopen : Field Museum of Natural History
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Front view
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    Transcriber: Dustin Weddle : Field Museum of Natural History - Anthropology Department - Collections Management
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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History. | [Field Museum Subject Code written in red] 34-21 | Country: Mindanao P.I. | Locality: Cotabato | People: Magindanao Moro. | Stock. | Name: Small brass food tray. Incised design in centre of tray, surrounded by two bands incised designs. over | Collection: R.F. Cummings Expedition, (F.C. Cole 1907-8) | Notes: Evidently an importation. | Width: 9" | Length: | Height: | Price: Exchange | [LEFT MARGIN] A | 108010 | ENT | Acc. 1060 | [ILLUSTRATION] | [ILLUSTRATION NOTATION] | [BACK] Small food trays are made by the Moros, but these two specimens were probably imported from Singapore. |
Catalog Number: 108010.nosub[1]
Description: food tray
Materials: metal; brass
Cultural Attribution: Moro
Locality: Philippines, Mindanao Island, Cotabato, Mindanao, The Philippines
Accession Number: [1060] Second R.F. Cummings Ethnological Expedition to Philippine Islands - ethnology - Mangyan (Expedition)
Accession Year: 1908
Continent: Asia
Country: Philippines
Province/State: Mindanao Island
City/Town: Cotabato
Collector/Source: Second R.F. Cummings Ethnological Expedition to Philippine Islands - ethnology - Mangyan, F.C. Cole : The Field Museum
EMu IRN: 1008424
GUID: 635fe589-425b-446b-9384-966c805ba67e

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