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Hat3446/2
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Multi-coloured, embroidered, pillbox style cap. Three bands of designs along the sides. Top and bottom bands are black with crosshatching designs overtop. Small section of diagonal lines at front of bands. Middle band made up of checkerboard pattern broken up by two small sections with separate designs. Small square section towards front of cap has a bird-like figure inside it. Figure done in neon green, background is neon blue. To right of square is a small rectangular section with an abstract design inside it. Design done in blue-grey, orange and white. Top of cap has beige centre with a small knob. Vertical bands with assortment of crosshatching, diagonal lines and triangle designs overtop surround beige centre. Colours used for all design elements are: green, yellow, blue-grey, dark red, neon blue, neon green, orange, white, black and red. Interior of cap lined with light blue cotton.

Culture
Hausa
Material
cotton fibre, synthetic fibre and dye
Made in
Kano, Nigeria
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Hand Puppet3381/27
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Calungo hand puppet of a 'Filomena' character (the form is more similar to a doll than a puppet). The fabric body is off-white, with embroidered almond-shaped black eyes, and small red lips. She has attached curly black hair with a red ribbon on top. She wears a bright green dress with dark blue ribbon lining the collar, sleeves and hem, as well as belted around the waist. She has light blue fabric boots.

Culture
Brazilian
Material
cotton fibre and synthetic fibre
Made in
Icapui, Ceara, Brazil
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Hand Puppet3350/5
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Hand puppet of the Toby the Dog character, from a Punch and Judy puppet show. White, fuzzy fabric body with black spots across it. Has a stuffed tail on its back, a stuffed leg on either side of its body and two long, floppy ears on its head. Wearing a dark blue ruffled collar, with a wavy line of silver trim along the bottom edge. Mouth, eyes and nose carved from wood. Heart shaped nose is painted black. Eyes have large black pupils and dark brown irises, with white spots in them. Mouth interior painted black and pink. Edges of mouth interior are beige and have teeth painted on them in white. Metal ring along top edge of body opening. Operated by inserting hand inside the body of the puppet to control its jaw movements.

Culture
English
Material
fibre, linden wood, acrylic paint, metal and synthetic fibre
Made in
United Kingdom and Axminster, Devon, England
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Ancestor Figure3308/3
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Glazed ceramic ancestor figure. Figure has a conical body with two holes where arms should be. Each arm hole has stamped triangles encircling it. The figure's head is shield-like and convex and attached at the tapered point of the body. The face is decorated with stamped facial features and a built up long rectangular nose. Tied to the head is a headdress made of woven white with red ghost net, with a single white and brown feather extending from the top. The figure wears a skirt with fringe knotted at the waistband. The skirt alternates between natural yellow-brown fibres, red fibres, and white net fibres. Around the waist and neck are two ceramic ornaments strung on twisted fibres. Within the body hang three light yellow glass skulls that are visible through the armholes. The artist's initials are carved into the figure's neck, and behind both the chest and waist ornaments - 'JKT'.

Culture
Torres Strait Islander
Material
clay, glaze, plant fibre, synthetic fibre, feather and glass ?
Made in
“Torres Strait Islands: Erub Island” ?
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Blouse3314/3
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Lightly- ruched, teal-coloured women's blouse with pink bands around neck and torso. Neck band on back and front, torso band only on back. Neck band is trimmed with yellow, black, white, and neon green fabric. Torso band is trimmed with orange, white, black, yellow, dark green, dark blue, neon pink, and teal-blue fabric on the top edge. Pink torso band has a dark yellow-gold band underneath it and is trimmed with neon green, white, dark blue, and black fabric. Each blouse cuff has two lines of black, white and neon pink trim. Two teal-coloured ties on the right side of the neck opening, for securing the blouse.

Culture
Shipibo
Material
synthetic fibre
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Blouse3314/2
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Lightly-ruched, gold-coloured women’s blouse with dark-blue bands around neck and torso. Has slight V-neck opening on back. Neck band on both front and back, torso band only on back. Neck band is trimmed with black, lime green, white and neon pink. Blue torso band has a neon pink band underneath it and is trimmed with light pink, black, yellow, teal, orange, purple, neon green, white, red, light blue and gold. Each blouse cuff has two lines of trim. One furthest from the cuff is dark blue, white and red. Line along the cuff is black and neon pink.

Culture
Shipibo
Material
synthetic fibre
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Devil Costume Mask3289/82
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Devil costume mask. Black fake fur is stuck to the face, which is also painted purple. The nose resembles a black devil-like creature with a tongue hanging out, with a similar reddish-brown creature extending from the chin. Attached to the mask are two pairs of natural horns. A small animal pelt, possibly deer, hangs from the back of the mask. A pair of serpents and a pair of pumas are carved and jut out of the sides of the mask. Horse hair(?) extends down from the chin. The interior is lined with brown cord fabric, and has bungee cord strung through eye-hooks.

Culture
Mexican
Material
wood, horn, skin, paint, metal, synthetic fibre and hair
Made in
Teloloapan, Guerrero, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Devil Costume Cape3289/5 a
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Luzbel cape composed of football shoulder pads, with a long black velvet cape, shoulders covered in light brown fake fur, large carved wooden skulls on each shoulder and smaller plastic skulls. The cape is heavily sequinned with a red devil face, with gold horns.

Culture
Mexican
Material
synthetic fibre, fibre, plastic and wood
Made in
Tocuaro, Michoacan, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Mask3289/55 a-b
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Pink face mask (part a) with large grey beard, thick eyesbrows and a moustache. Inserted into the mouth is a bejeweled pipe (part b). The mask is composed of animal hide, which has been painted pink. The lower portion has been cut, then stitched together to give the mask its shape. The cheeks are a slightly darker shade of pink. Holes are cut for the eyes, nostrils and mouth. A single small black dot on the mask's right cheek. A length of thin black string is looped through the top centre of the mask.

Culture
Mexican
Material
skin, synthetic fibre, plastic and metal
Made in
Huejotzingo, Puebla, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Blouse3289/95
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Blouse made of a sheer white fabric. The neck is edged in brown applique, a brown fabric flower, and turquoise lace. Below the bib, the fabric is ruched, creating a tight fit, which becomes looser towards the hem. The front of the body is embroidered with rows of varying-sizes of zigzags, with a larger band that extends around the garment. Both the neck and sleeves are lined with white lace with turquoise ribbon woven through, which has ends for tying. The bottom hem is unfinished.

Culture
Maya
Material
synthetic fibre and fibre
Made in
Aguacatenango, Chiapas, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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