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Figure3371/6
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Carved stone dog in seated position. The figure has an open mouth with an inset pink tongue, a large slightly curled tail, small rounded ears, and etched eyes and whiskers.

Culture
Inuit
Material
stone and paint
Made in
Nunavik, Quebec, Canada ?
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Doll Parka3371/13
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Amauti (parka) made for a large doll. The exterior of the coat is grey-tan, with high cut sides and a long back flap. Dark green, dark blue, and red zigzag trim edges the hem and wrists of the outer coat. The hood is edged with fur, and a bright green, bright orange and black plaited tassel hangs from the top. The undercoat is made of off-white wool fabric with similar trim to the outer coat. On both sides are an additional triangular pouch.

Culture
Inuit
Material
fibre, skin and wool fibre
Made in
Nunavik, Quebec, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Hat3371/14
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Crocheted yellow hat with wide upturned brim. Near the top are three concentric red rings, and there is a wide red band around the brim with a repeating yellow design within. The yellow yarn ends at the top are partially plaited with a fringe at the end. The pattern alternates between a tight and loose crochet.

Culture
Inuit
Material
fibre
Made in
Nunavik, Quebec, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Figure3371/8 a-b
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Carved stone bear (part a) with inset teeth. Stands on a rectangular stone base (part b) with two wooden pegs. The bear's forearms are bent, and mouth is open and baring its teeth.

Culture
Inuit
Material
stone, wood and tooth ?
Made in
Inukjuak, Quebec, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Chilkat Pattern Board3379/1
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Painted wooded pattern board for a Chilkat style robe. The panel is somewhat rectangular except for the bottom right corner which is cut off at an angle. There is a rectangular human-like face at the centre front, above which is an eye form containing a frog face. Below the rectangular form are two inverted eye forms, to the right of which is a foot with claws. Above, are two more eye forms. At the midpoint of the side edge is a rectangular profile human-like face looking inwards towards the centre. Back is undecorated.

Culture
Tsimshian
Material
cedar wood and paint
Made in
British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Legging3377/10
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Single legging of woven cotton cloth covered entirely with embroidery in deep red silk with additional designs in dark blue, orange, dark green and light green silk thread. Copper(?) metal thread embroidery between each of the outer two bands of plaiting. Side with seam decorated with pounded metal discs with a simple floral mark at centre and one metal button. Backed with woven cotton cloth.

Culture
Afghan ?
Material
cotton fibre, silk fibre, metal and copper metal ?
Made in
Afghanistan ?
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Shoes3377/20 a-b
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A pair of leather shoes. The top is a reddish-brown suede embroidered with gold metallic thread and red or dark blue-black details. The upturned pointed toe folds back over itself, incorporating into the embroidery on the top of the foot. Bright pink plastic is incorporated into the strip at the heel. The sole and heel are composed of several layers of leather.

Culture
Pashtun
Material
skin, fibre, plastic and metal
Made in
Kandahar, Afghanistan ?
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Pocket Bag3377/8
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Tiny embroidered envelope bag, made by folding and stitching the edges of the rectangle together, leaving the other pointed end open as a flap. The exterior is embroidered with fine repeating diamond design in gold, burgundy, black and light green. All edges are finished with red trim. Two small tufts of green thread are attached on either side of the flap, and one yellow tuft at the point. The bag is lined with faded black textile.

Culture
Hazara ?
Material
cotton fibre and silk fibre ?
Made in
Afghanistan
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Pocket Bag3377/7
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Small embroidered envelope bag, made by folding and stitching three corners of a square together, leaving the fourth corner open as a flap. The exterior is embroidered with a large repeating geometric design (zigzag with arrows extending out from each corner in alternating directions) in burgundy, orange-gold and beige, and one line of black. All edges are finished with gold metallic thread. Two long pieces of thread are attached at the point of the flap. The bag is lined with a teal and red machine printed cotton textile, with a small leaf and berry pattern.

Culture
Pashtun ?
Material
cotton fibre, metal and silk fibre ?
Made in
Afghanistan
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Hat3377/5
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Small square-shaped hat with a pointed top. Hat has four sides, now folded flat on opposing sides. The exterior is black with a band of black velvet(?) fabric. The sides are decorated with a repeating scalloped design in beige with pink, teal, purple and olive green vertical stripes. The upper area of each side is decorated with an embroidered swirl design in beige, again with pink, teal, purple and olive green stripes. The interior is lined with a brown fabric.

Culture
Uzbek
Material
cotton fibre
Made in
Afghanistan ?
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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