FMNH 165356.nosub[1]

  • 165356: Hat made of braided continuous
    Photographer: Ron Testa : Field Museum of Natural History - Photography Division - Photography
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: Hat made of braided continuous bands of strawlike stalks stitched together to form straight sides, wide brim and dome crown. Top has 2 crossed bands of red cloth. Brown and gray feathers are strung on twisted fiber strings and are tied to a central string which encircles the base. 2 bunches of iridescent blue-green feathers are equidistantly spaced. Six beaded pendants hang from underside of the brim's edge. Wild pigeon, Amazon parrot, hawk, gilded flicker bird feathers)
Catalog Number: 165356.nosub[1]
Description: hat
Materials: straw, cloth, yarn, glass, feather, vegetable fiber
Cultural Attribution: Huichol
Locality: Central America, México, Jalisco
Accession Number: [3055] J. M. Preciado (Gift)
Accession Year:
Continent: North America
Country: México
Province/State: Jalisco
District/County: Region of St. Clara Mission
Collector/Source: Joaquin M. Preciado, Joaquin M. Preciado
EMu IRN: 1068494
GUID: 8172d3f2-d81a-4de5-8264-77a1612ec949

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