FMNH 222055.A

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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History - Ethnology | 20-23 | Provenience: Morocco | People or Culture: Berber | Object: pair of earrings | Material: silver and glass and coral | Description: Silver circles with opening in back have a read glass setting in front. Ends of the circle are pointed at the opening. Hanging from the bottom are 4 small 8-shaped links. From the lower end of each of these hangs a twisted wire with coral beads at the lower end. | Dimensions: (in cm.) 6.5 x 3 | Collection: Purchased from Morocco Gifts, April 1973 [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 222055 A-B | Field No. | Neg. No. 82 | Acc. 3254 [BACK] [PHOTOGRAPH]
Catalog Number: 222055.A
Description: earring
Materials: metal; silver, glass, coral
Cultural Attribution: Berber
Accession Number: [3254] Morocco Gifts (Purchase)
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Collector/Source: Morocco Gifts, Maude S. Wahlman
EMu IRN: 1386622
GUID: 35e5a764-05a1-427e-9087-77785d534c98

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