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Ram Mask3416/1
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Wooden painted mask of a ram. Thin, tapering face with O-shaped mouth, long ears and curling horns. Semi-circle design on top centre of head, painted a dark black-brown. Circle is decorated with diagonal and vertical incisions. Two columns of squares carved in low relief down centre of semi-circle. Two thin columns of rectangles, carved in low relief, run down centre of face, in between the eyes. Eyes are narrow and vertical, with raised edges. Done in white. Face is painted dark maroon. Horns are done in dark brown-black with the curled ends made of sheep horn, painted white. Ears of ram, hanging down between the face and horns, flare outwards from the face and are made of sheep horn, painted white. Two oval-shaped nostrils are above the mouth, with raised edges. Areas around eyes, mouth, nostrils and entirety of horns are painted dark brown-black and have incised decorations across them. Mask has small hole for mouth. The back rim of the mask is unpainted and has two holes along the top for ties.

Culture
Baule
Material
wood, paint and sheep horn
Made in
Cote d'Ivoire
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Ram Mask3416/2
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Wooden mask of a ram. Thin, tapering face with O-shaped mouth, long ears and curling horns. Semi-circle design on top centre of head decorated with diagonal and vertical incisions. Two columns of squares carved in low relief down centre of semi-circle. Thin columns of rectangles, carved in low relief, run down centre of face, in between the eyes. Eyes are narrow and vertical, with raised edges, and painted white. Mask is dark brown-red and highly polished. Curled ends of horns are made of sheep horn, painted white. Ears of ram, hanging down between the face and horns, flare outwards from the face and are made of sheep horn, painted white. Two oval-shaped nostrils are above the mouth, with raised edges. Areas around eyes, mouth, nostrils and entirety of horns have incised decorations across them. Mask has small hole for mouth. The back rim of the mask is plain and has two holes along the top for ties.

Culture
Baule
Material
wood, sheep horn and paint
Made in
Cote d'Ivoire
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Painting3398/1
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Large rectangular painting framed in wood. The painted image is divided into four rows of eleven Christian-themed scenes. The small rectangular panels are separated by red with yellow borders, with circular wheel-like decorations at each corner. The entire story is bordered by blue with yellow, with circular wheel-like decorations in the corners. At the top of each panel is writing in black on a white background, with exception to the bottom row, which has writing across the bottom of the panels as well. (D-ring mounting hardware attached along top of wooden frame, on back.)

Culture
Ethiopian
Material
wood
Made in
Ethiopia
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Jewelry BoxCh213 a-l
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Yellow earthenware jewelry box (part a) in the form of an escritoire, with two long lower drawers (parts b-c), and 9 smaller ones above (parts d-l). Painted with purple-red scenes of buildings and trees in black framed, rectangular, white reserves on upper and lower sides and drawer fronts. Each drawer opens and has a knob handle.

Culture
Slavic
Material
paint, glaze and clay
Made in
Tata, Hungary
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Figure3406/2
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Bright green plastic doll, in the form of a female with short hair, wearing a knee-length dress with short sleeves and a ruffled collar. Dress is belted at the waist, with a bow tied at the back centre. Dress has a row of buttons running down the back, from the collar to the belt. Figure has a necklace with large heart-shaped pendant. Doll is holding a toy bear in her right arm, with her left arm straight along her side. Wearing knee-length socks, with a square pattern, and plain shoes. The piece is hollow and was moulded, the centre seam is visible along all sides. Hole in top centre of head, with a black plastic plug.

Culture
Yoruba
Material
plastic
Made in
Nigeria ?
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Figure3406/1
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Bright green plastic doll, in the form of a female with short hair, wearing a knee-length dress with short sleeves and a ruffled collar. Dress is belted at the waist, with a bow tied at the back centre. Dress has a row of buttons running down the back, from the collar to the belt. Figure has a necklace with large heart-shaped pendant. Doll is holding a toy bear in her right arm, with her left arm straight along her side. Wearing knee-length socks, with a square pattern, and plain shoes. The piece is hollow and was moulded, the centre seam is visible along all sides. Hole in top centre of head, with a black plastic plug.

Culture
Yoruba
Material
plastic
Made in
Nigeria ?
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Figure3409/1
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Ceramic shaft tomb figure of a squatting male (priest) holding a perforated rattle in his right hand, wearing a headdress; his left hand is raised up, touching his head. Figure's face is long and rectangular in shape. He has a sharp nose and triangular shaped mouth, with his tongue visible. The lips and eyes are carved in low relief. He has large oval-shaped ears with circular earrings. Front of headdress has decorative, raised diagonal lines across it. Body partly painted red. Past breaks and repairs visible on surface; a small triangular piece is missing from the back. Figure is hollow.

Culture
Western Mexico
Material
clay, paint and adhesive
Made in
Jalisco, Mexico and Nayarit, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Tile3401/27
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Square ceramic tile with scene painted on front. All sides are glazed. Background is black and all other design components are done in cream. Central design of three figures standing around a seated woman in an ornately decorated room. The woman, wearing a long short-sleeved gown, is at a writing desk, facing a man with a feathered hat and cape. In the background, to the left of the woman, are another man and woman. The standing woman is holding the second man back. In the top left corner, in a rectangle with a shield outline inside of it, are the words “Bride of Lammermoor.” In the bottom right corner, in a rectangle with a stylized oval inside of it, are the words “Ravenswood & Lucy.” The name of the tile designer is painted in the bottom left corner. Raised grid across back of tile. In centre of grid three diagonal ridges are stamped. Manufacturer’s mark, Mintons China Works, in between ridges.

Culture
English
Material
clay, paint and glaze
Made in
United Kingdom and Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Tile3401/11
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Square ceramic tile with floral motif painted on front. Surface is glazed. Background is off-white. Border along all edges with alternating triangles inside it, done in pale yellow and dark brown. Each triangle has a semi-circle at the bottom and lines stretching out from the semi-circle. In the four corners of the border are squares with stylized crosses. Tile has a central design of red-pink flowers with large dark yellow and blue-green leaves. Flowers and leaves are growing on dark brown stems, with smaller branches with black leaves. The large leaves overlap with the border in places. Small circle and large circular outline imprinted on back of tile. Inscription on back.

Culture
English
Material
clay, paint and glaze
Made in
United Kingdom and England
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Tile3401/10
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Square ceramic tile with floral designs carved in relief across front. Surface is glazed. Circular flower designs overlapping one another, covering entire surface of tile. Flowers done in light green, olive green, pale yellow and yellow-brown. All flower centres are dark yellow. Seven horizontal ridges on back of tile. Manufacturer’s mark, Minton & Co., stamped between ridges.

Culture
English
Material
clay, paint and glaze
Made in
United Kingdom and Broseley, Shropshire, England
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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