This page shows all the information we have about this item. Both the institution that physically holds this item, and RRN members have contributed the knowledge on this page. You’re looking at the item record provided by the holding institution. If you scroll further down the page, you’ll see the information from RRN members, and can share your own knowledge too.
The RRN processes the information it receives from each institution to make it more readable and easier to search. If you’re doing in-depth research on this item, be sure to take a look at the Data Source tab to see the information exactly as it was provided by the institution.
These records are easy to share because each has a unique web address. You can copy and paste the location from your browser’s address bar into an email, word document, or chat message to share this item with others.
This data has been provided to the RRN by the MOA: University of British Columbia.
We've used it to provide the information on the Data tab.
1921 to 1960
Kilborn, Leslie G.
Fyfe-Smith Memorial Oriental Collection Fund [funding_source]
Kilborn, Leslie G. [seller]
height: 30.5 cm (overall), width: 18 cm (overall), depth: 9 cm (overall), height: 28 cm (part a), width: 18 cm (part a), depth: 9 cm (part a), height: 3.5 cm (part b), width: 15.5 cm (part b), depth: 9 cm (part b)
History Of Use
Possibly used for holding candles or flowers.
Twin boy figure (part a). They are both dressed in traditional long robes in blue and brown on white. On each shoulder of the boys there is a hollowed opening. With wood stand (part b).