Combs and ornaments of silver, wood, and bone.

  • Exhibition Text

    • Silver was unknown on the Northwest Coast until its introduction by Europeans. The design on the silver bracelet is a copy of a Haida design. The silver pin is also an imitation of Haida work.

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  • Collection Information

    • (Left)
      Catalog No: 16 / 1830 Field No: 131
      Culture: Nuu-chah-nulth, CLAYOQUATH

      Locale: BC, VANCOUVER ISLAND, WEST COAST
      Country: CANADA
      Dimensions: L:9.5 W:28 [in CM]
      Acquisition Year: 1897 [EXPEDITION]
      Donor: JACOBSEN, F.

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      (Second from Left)
      Catalog No: 16 / 1999 Field No: 193
      Culture: Nuu-chah-nulth, CLAYOQUATH
      Locale: BC, VANCOUVER ISLAND, WEST COAST
      Country: CANADA
      Dimensions: L:6 W:4.5 [in CM]
      Acquisition Year: 1897 [EXPEDITION]
      Donor: JACOBSEN, F

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      (Bracelet and ring)
      Catalog No: 16 / 2013 BC Field No: 180
      Culture: Nuu-chah-nulth, CLAYOQUATH
      Locale: BC, VANCOUVER ISLAND, WEST COAST
      Country: CANADA
      Dimensions: B) D:6 C) D:1.5 [in CM]
      Acquisition Year: 1897 [EXPEDITION]
      Donor: JACOBSEN, 

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      (Box for jewelry)
      Catalog No: 16 / 2013 DE Field No: 180
      Culture: Nuu-chah-nulth, CLAYOQUATH
      Locale: BC, Nuu-chah-nulth ISLAND, WEST COAST
      Country: CANADA
      Dimensions: D) L:5.5 W:1.5 E) L:7.2 W:1.5 [in CM]
      Acquisition Year: 1897 [EXPEDITION]
      Donor: JACOBSEN, F.

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