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figure, kneeling woman

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Object / Artefact › Applied Arts and Design
  • Description
    figure of a woman kneeling in supplication
  • Other Number
    1932.233, M230, 586, 1098, 18009
  • Accession number
    1932.233
  • Accession date
    Unknown
  • Collection area
  • Item count
    1
  • Display location
    Mackelvie Gallery / Logan Campbell East
  • Record richness
ivory figurine
ivory figurine

Artefact

  • Credit
    collection of the Mackelvie Trust Board, Auckland, 1885 (586) on loan to Auckland War Memorial Museum Tamaki Paenga Hira, 1932.233, 18009, M230
  • Collection
  • Production
    (carver)
    unknown
    Europe
    17th Century
    carved
  • Consists of
    0 - Whole › ivory
    ivory
  • Dimensions
    • height : 136mm
      (This object was measured as part of a Light Sensitivity gallery survey, undertaken by Sabine Weik in H9 Mackelvie gallery.)
      (no measurement on applied arts or ethnology catalogue cards)
    • width : 78mm
      (This object was measured as part of a Light Sensitivity gallery survey, undertaken by Sabine Weik in H9 Mackelvie gallery.)
    • depth : 120mm
      (This object was measured as part of a Light Sensitivity gallery survey, undertaken by Sabine Weik in H9 Mackelvie gallery.)
  • Classification
    Chenhall Nomenclature (Nomenclature)
    › 08 Communication Artifacts (Category)
    › Art (Classification)
    › Sculpture (Primary Term)
    › Statue (Secondary Term)
    › Figurine (Tertiary Term)
  • Record created
    20 February 1997

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