FMNH 126621.nosub[1]

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Catalog Number: 126621.nosub[1]
Description: girdle pendant
Materials: stone; tourmaline, cord, seed pearls, stone; malachite, stone; malachite (bead)
Cultural Attribution: Han Chinese
Locality: Asia, China, Beijing (Peking), Beijing - Pei-ching
Accession Number: [1462] Captain Marshall Field Ethnological Expedition to China (Gift)
Accession Year:
Continent: Asia
Country: China
District/County: Beijing (Peking)
City/Town: Beijing - Pei-ching
Collector/Source: Captain Marshall Field Ethnological Expedition to China, B. Laufer : Field Museum of Natural History, P. J. Bahr
EMu IRN: 1028045
GUID: 988c29ac-7439-4d30-bde0-1f2a524bf7db

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