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1990.022.048 Pipe Bamboo pipe (a) slightly cancave bend on side of major component, from which a much smaller tube, 3 1/2" long by 1 1/2" in circumference, extends outward at about a 30 degree angle. The actual bowl of the pipe (b) is fitted to the end of the small tube and measures 2 1/4" in length and 6 1/4" in circumference. The bowl is well burned inside and decorated ouside with a series of incised patterns. The major tube is also decorated where the smaller tube connects. The decoration is of incised lines. Two are cercumferential. Six form a series of eight small Xed squares forms the center panel of the design. A metal puramid-shaped clip reinforces the main tube at the juncture with the smaller. The draw end of the pipe is light colored. Note: Collected in Laos, 1962-1964
1990.022.049 Pipe Pipe has three components: an ornate brass receptacle and tube 8 7/8" overall length; a bamboo center piece 4" in length, tapered at end opposite the bradd mouth piece, which is actually aspent cartridge case (markings-L, 0. 53). 1990.22.49 a - mouthpiece 1990.22.49 b -receptacle
1990.022.050 Gong Tapered brass rim 2 3/4" high which appears to be welded to the brass face. The latter features a "dimple" in its center- 3 3/4" diameter and 1 5/8" high. There are two carrying cord holes in the rim ( but no cord) and a rectangular (3/4" x 1/4" ) hole ( of uncertain purpose) in the face. Overall shape is circular, with reverse curved rim. Note: Collected in Laos, 1962-1964
1990.022.051 Gong Raised brass gong with 1 3/4" high rim. Center " dimple" is 1 38" high by 3 3/8" diameter. Surface deeply scored by hammer marks. Two holes marks. Two holes drilled in rim hold carrying cord (nylon?). Circular shape, boss in center, outer lip reverse curved. Note: Collected in Laos, 1962-1964
1990.022.052 Gong Raised circular brass gong with 2 3/4" high rim and "dimple" in center of face ( 2" high and 4" in diameter). Two holes in rim hold ( rattan ? ) carrying cord. Surface heavily scored from shaping hammering. Note: Collected in Laos, 1962-1964
1990.022.053 Bric-a-brac Water buffalo horn, polished, fitted into hand carved inset in hardwood block measuring 7" x 2" x 5 3/4" at base, tapered to 5 1/2" x 4 at top. Note: Collected in Laos, 1962-1964
1990.022.054 Doll Two Chiengmai cloth dolls with wood stands, one representing Meow culture and the other E. Kaw culture. Ai: Meow doll, H: 8.5". The cloth doll is machine stitched from a peach colored fabric and has mache or gofun-style coated face which is painted with black eyebrows, lashes and eyes, brown eyeshadow and bright pink lips and cheeks. Nails have been painted on the feet and hands with a bright orangey pink color. The doll has black hair stiched and glued to the head and formed from thick strands of black thread. She is wearing a long-sleeved black cotton shirt, short skirt with black cotton top and multicolored horizontal stripes woven against a pink cotton background at the bottom, and long black apron with red sash. A white bias tape has been wrapped around her legs to create leggings. Her shirt is trimmed with a red and black ribbon at the collar and lapel. The doll carries a basket, probably woven from bamboo, with a plain weave body and braided rim finish. She is also wearing earrings (a single silver sequin at each ear) and two silver colored ring necklaces. Aii: Round, wood base to serve as stand for doll A, D: 3.25". A single block of wood, hand turned (?) and with a small hole near the center for insertion of the wire stem at the base of the doll. Varnish has peeled away where the glue on the bottom of the doll's feet weakened and the doll became separated from the stand. A white piece of paper has been adhered to the side of the stand and is printed with red ink, "Chiengmai Doll 49/1 kaew Navarat Rd. Chiengmai, Thailand." A silver sticker with black print, "Meow" is adhered to the front. A small chunk of wood has broken off the bottom of the stand. B: E. Kaw doll, H: 9.5" including the wood base which serves as her stand. The doll is identical in basic construction to doll A, though dressed in different attire. She wears an elaborate headress which is formed from multicolored striped fabric wrapped around the head and decorated with yellow and red pom poms, yellow pipe cleaner, and silver colored strands at the front. Yellow, green and red thread also hang down in the front for additional decoration. The doll is wearing a long-sleeved black cotton shirt and short skirt. The sleeves are decorated with thick and thin bands of red, white, and blue. A short sash of green, blue, pink, and yellow stripes is tied around the waist. She also wears leggings of a similarly patterned cloth. Around her neck is a silver colored ring necklace, and strands of yellow and green threads. In her left hand, at the hip, she carries a basket similar to that of doll A. The wood stand has a Chiengmai Doll sticker identical to that of A. On the front of the stand is a silver sticker with black print, "E. Kaw."
1990.024 Scale Chinese balance scales with a single brass pan, 9" in diameter, suspended from one end of a balance rod by red string. The rod, 29 1/2" long, has brass caps about 2 3/8" long at each end. The rod is about 1/2" in diameter at the end from which the pan is suspended tapering to almost 3/8" at the other end. There are three loops of cord about 3" long inserted through holes in the rod at intervals of 2 1/2", 6" and 10 3/8" respectively from the large end. Those loops are used to suspend the scales when they are in use. The rod is calibrated with small brass pins driven flush to the rods surface. Although the weights for the balance are missing. They would be suspended from the tapered end of the rod to counterbalance the pan and its contents. The weight could then be determined from the calibration marks.
1990.026 Jar Dark brown high gloss ceramic soy jar. Bottom rim is unglazed. Small rimmed opening at the center top. Short, squat, shape, wider in the middle. Utilitartan household ware. Note: Used in 1920's
1990.027 Shoes One pair woman's beaded shoes. Leather soles and 7/8" high heel nailed to leather innersole. Toes are beaded swastika and flower pattern in black,white, red on a blue-grey background with squares outlined with gold and lavender. Opening is outlined with green, lavender and white triangles. Rim of rolles leather.
1990.028 Shoes Black silk satin shoes with blue cotton lining, ivory colored leather inner sole. A single row of leather piping runs up the heel of the shoe, a double row runs up the toe. The outer sole is made of three layers of pigskin stitched together with small stitches at 1/4" spacing latterly 3/8" spacing longitudinally. A single row of stitches goes around the perimetr of the sole under the outer sole is a layer of crepe rubber. Around the opening of the shoe is a welt of black satin with three rows of stitching. The lower part of the toe of the show's upper is reinforced by many fine stitches.
1990.032 Netsuke Ornament to be hung from belt to carry personal items Cast metal in shape of a Cicada with orange bead at one end and hook in the shape of a scepter at the other These are all protective symbols. Cicada is symbol of resurrection, etc. It all would rattle as a person moved, scaring away evil spirits..
1990.033 Shirt A man skirt from the Philippines worn as an outer garment hanging over the tops of trousers. If is called Barong Tagalog. The shirt is made of fine pina cloth. In the front is a placket with 4 pearl buttons, on both sides and at the bottom of the placket is a band of cotton embroidery and open work about 3" wide at the sides and 3 1/2" at the bottom. It has a pointed collar around which are four groupings of floral patterned embroidery, on the sleeves and on the face of the shirt area number of embridered floral patterns. The sirt has french duffs with two pairs of embroidered floral patterns on each cuff. The shirt was purchased at Tesors, a well known store on Escolta Street, Manila. Condition: Some yellowing with age, cuffs and left armpit soiled.
1990.034 Coat Olive-gold silk satin bocade coat with chrysanthemum, plum and bamboo design of pale blue, pink, gold and brown. Collar, front scroll desigh, cuffs and pocket trim has swirl pattern stitching. Set-in sleeves are 3/4" length wth wide turned-back cuffs. Has high, stand-up collar, opens down front with 5 decorative frogs. Back is plain. Lining of plain matching olive-gold satin. Note: Bought about 35 or 40 years ago. Type of coat made for tourists in Hong Kong.
1990.036.001 Shawl Long rectangular natural color cotton textile with red and black woven patterns of supplementary weft called a pha chet. The design consists of rows of various designs, with each row separated by narrow red and black lines. the first row consists of ared zig zag design, The second row consists of black sticks topped by a circle. The third row consists of red horse designs. The fouth row consists of black bird designs. The fifth row consists of a red and black design resembling temples. The sixth row consists of a black geometric and curry design. The seventh row consists of a red curved design. The middle section consists of a large pimk center wth yellow borders. The rows repeat on the other side of the center. There is self fringe on each end. This textile is used for dress on ceremonial occasions such as going to the temple, by men. The textile is folded in two or three length-wise and then it is draped across the shoulder. See " Lan Na Textiles" by Yuan Lue Lao, pg 78. Condition is good although there is some running of red color on one end.
1990.036.002 Shawl Long rectangular natural clor cotton textile with pink, red, and green woven pattering of supplementary weft called a pha chet. The design consists of rows of various designs, with each row separated by three thin lines of either green, red,green, or red, green, red. The first row consists of a red curved design. The second row consists of a green and pink design. The third row consists of green geometric designs. The fourth row consists of red geometric designs. The fifth row consists of a green " x" design with ared design on top. The sixth row consists of a green "s" design. The seventh row consists of a red geometric design. The eighth row consists of green and pink design resembling flowers. The middle section consists of a large pink center with red and green borders. The rows repeat on the other side of the cente, There is self fringe on each end. This textile is used for dress on ceremonial occasions, such as going to the temple, by men. The textile is folded in two or three length-wise and then it is draped across the shoulder. For references, see "Lan Na Textiles" by Yuen Lue Lao, page 78. Condition fair due to doied orcas and some running of color.
1990.037.001 Chest Unfinished wood herb chest Has a single drawer with brass handle. Near bottom of 4 legs are stretchers with a wooden interlocking pattern between them. There are two slots cut through the top of table. The larger slot goes all the way through to the drawer. The smaller slot is only about 1" deep. On the sides and back is a decorative panel on the drawer area.
1990.038.001 Buckle Metal belt hook, narrow rectangular shape with attached curved hook at one end. Decorated with design of lantern and scrolls in colored enamels, in light blue, red and dark blue. CA,1890 value$50 Note: Transfered from Museum gift shop.
1990.038.002 Buckle Belt hook, made from old opium box. Top jade or soap stone bottom gilt-bronze. Jade cover with raised design of two bats surrounding a swastika. Bottom of bronze base beautifully decoratedin openwork design of flowers and vines. Two flat metal loops attached to this base. The bat is a good luck symbol. Value $100 late 19th century Note: Transfered from Museum gift shop.
1990.038.003 Brooch Ornament in two parts, Silver, jade and beads, hooked onto a chain, and then hooked together. On top, an animal head (bull?) with a bat attached to forehead, giving it a look of harms. Symbol for long life, good fortune. Attached to a metal hook with loop on top, connected to chain. Lower part in a fruit and floral spray in metal, with a smal jade bat attached and held on with wire and five small coral beads. Value $20.00 Late 19th, early 20th century Note: Transfered from Museum gift shop.
1990.038.004 Embroidery
1990.038.005 Pendant Silver ornament in the shape of a fruit basket, symbol of abundance. A chain with a loop is attached to the basket's handle, the basket itself contains a large flower, probably an iris, and some other vegetation. The basket is decorated with an incised floral design, and on the bottom a loop is attached from which hangs a small coral bead, a large green jade or glass bead, and a silver end. The four loops around the sids of the basket have lost their beads. Again this ornament would be worn to insure good fortune and prosperity. CA..1860 Value $60.00 Note: Transfered from Museum gift shop.
1990.038.006 Case, Needle Long, hexagonal-shaped case (a), with cover (b), Silver with carnelian bead. Case has loop on top, to which chain ( now missing ) was attached and went through hole in top of cover to keep it together. A large carnelian bead is attached to the bottom. The case would be half-filled with a kind of cotton batting and the precious needles otude into the that. The steel for the needles was imported from Germany, and so they were very precious. Each side of the cade is decorated with an enameled panel of flowers and animals. b) The cover is decorated with geometric linear design, a hole in the center top where a chain would go through. Value $50 Late 19th, early 20th century Note: Transfered from Museum gift shop.
1990.038.007 Ornament, hair Hair ornament, silver, in a hinge-like shape with a scroll top. Repousse and engraved design of flowers and plants separated by undecorated space. Flower on scroll, this kind of hair ornament had to be used with another pronged ornament supporting it. Value $45 CA,1860 Note: Transfered from Museum gift shop.
1990.038.008 Embroidery Chinese embroidery sample of maroon silk dambk field with embroidery of satim stitch, the motif is of 2 greese, one gray with black beak, tops of wings and tail. The wings are of various shaded of gray, silver, and white. The head is a dark gray with a pink and black eye. This goose is floating on the water. The other goose is all white with peach colored foot and beak. The eye is of pink and black. This goose is standing on one foot with the other up in the air. Various colored lines of chain stitch are resembling water. Green lotus and water lilies are mixed with multi-blue flowers. One of the blue flowers resembles a blue lotus and the other two are 1/2" round with yellow and black plka pots in the center.
1990.038.009 Ornament, hair Small silver hair ornament w/four teeth. On the plaque end is a lotus blossoms design over which is a thin application of blue and green enamels. Value $45 CA. 1990 Note: Transfered from Museum gift shop.
1990.038.010 Hairpin Two-pronged metal hair pins with large bluish-purple glass bead, and metal extension above that, used for cleaning ears. Upper parts of pins decorated with scroll design. The extension above the bead has knot at end. Value $50 20th century Note: Transfered from Museum gift shop.
1990.038.011 Hairpin Two-pronged hair pins, with blue green glass bead on top and metal extension above it used for cleaning ears. The metal prongs are bent out of shape and tarnished. Value $60 CA, 1867-1911 Note: Transfered from Museum gift shop.
1990.038.012 Embroidery Fuchia silk background glued to stiffenning. Embroidered design is satin stitch and includes a green butterfly. The wings are light and dark green boarder with the fucia silk showing in the center of wings. The right wing is embroidered with three dots ( black, green and orange ) with crescent shapes above each (orange, teal and black). There are several black embroidered lines coming out from the inside edge of the wing. the left wing has 5 dots (gold,teal, orange, green, gold and teal). Left wing also has several black embroidered lines. The stems are dark green and each has a dark and light green leaf. Flower is gold with orange and black center.
1990.038.013 Embroidery Embroidered sampler on black silk satin and glued to stiffened fabric. The embroidery is a bird in profile with his wings spread s if he is in flight and shades of reds, pinks, greens, blues, and yellow on a black background.
1990.038.014 Brooch Nepalese ornament in shape of a four-petal lotus flower, silver. A loop is attached to the upper petal. The petals covered with a filigree design. The center of flower in laid with round turquoise stone, surrounded by little coral stones. A turquoise stone is set into the tip of each petal. 20th century Note: Transfered from Museum gift shop.
1990.038.015 Embroidery Embroidered square on white satin background. Fish-like animal in satin-embroidery stitches brown body, green fins with black and fusha details, fushia, black and white head lotus plant in satin-embroidery stitches: light blue stems, green leaves, red and fuscha flowers (3), red,black, pink and seed pod. Red and black wave-like lines at bottom glued to cardboard backing. Embroidery stitches go through the cardboard.
1990.038.016 Embroidery Chinese embroidery sample on royal blue figured silk. Mostly satin stitch picturing a fish sitting on a flower. Fish is light blue and red pattern, head of black with gray-green band large white eye, red mouth with pale yellow spout. Tail of magenta and yellow. Gray-green stems with 3 mageuta and pink flowers set on leaves of 2 or 3 shades of green, 1 bud in 2 shades of pink and white. Two leaves in 2 shades of green. Pale green ground.
1990.038.017 Embroidery Embroidered sampler, blue silk satin background glued to stiffening embroidered design is stin stich and includes two butterflys. Both of the butterflys hace peach and pink wings. The upper butterflys large wings are peach wuth 17 lines of dark pink with 9-10 green lines each. The center of the butterfly has 3 yellow teardrops and 6 green dots. The wing boarder is finished with two green lines. The body is gold. The antennae are mjlti colored one is tightly coiled the other loose. The lower butterflys, large wings are dark pink with 14 green lines. Inside are six yellow dots. The wing boarder is finished with two green lines. The smaller wings are peach with 10 green lines leading to five black dots. Just above the small wings is a yellow teardrop shape flanked by two green teardrop shapes. The antennae are multi colored, one is tightly coiled the other loose.
1990.038.018 Mandarin Square Chinese embroidery sample on royal blue figured silk. Mostly satin stitch picturing a fish sitting on a flower. Fish is orange and blue-green patternm, head of blackk with gray-green band, large white eye, red mouth with pale yellow water spout. Tail of mageuta and yellow. Fins of black and white. Brown stems with 2 mageuta and pink flowes set on leaves of 2 shades of green buds, 3 apricot-colored seeds with brown centers. Five leaves of 2 shades of green. Green strip of ground with blue threads diagonally and 3 green grass stitches.
1990.038.020 Carving Wooden carved temple odrnament, painted red with gilding. The temple ornament is carved in the shape of a vird possibly a phoenix. A tail feather and the lower back of the tail feather are broken off. The bird's body faces right, with its snake-like meck moving under its tughy with to face left across its back. The bird is carrying a sash, tied around what appears to be a rolled up manuscript, in its beak. The temple ornament is carved and gilded on three sides. Th fourth side, is flat except for the parts of the wood which have been carved to correspond to the three carved sides. The flat part is not painted. Attached to the flat part by two screws is a metal hanger with a key-hole shape. Approximately 1 1/2" (3.5cm) each side of the hanger are what apeaer to be nail holes. There is a remnant of a white and red label on the back, with indecepherable blue writing.
1990.038.021 Carving Wooden carving temple ornament, painted red with gilding. The temple ornament is carved in the shape of a dragon. The dragon's body faces right with its head grns back across its body to face left. It has one horn, aboce its left eyebrow, and its left whisker has been broken off. Its mouth is open, with its tonguw and bottom teeth showing (facing downward). There are what appears to be nail holes in the tongue and the bottom part of the dragon's body. A piece of leather, 1 3/4" (4.5 cm) x 3/4" (2cm) shaped like flames facing dowmward, is attached to the lower right corner of the carving. Below the chin, facing downward, is the dragon's beard, apart of which is chipped. The ornament is carved onthree sides, half of the top side and painted red. It has two faintly marked circular shapes stamped on the back.
1990.039.001 Ornament, hair On a metal 2 prong hair pin (Knazashi) (a) with a scooped end is half opened detacable fan (b) onits side. A samuri helmen is placed directly on top of the opened sections of the fan. Four plum blossoms surround the upper 180 degrees of the helmet. A coral bead is in the center of the three opened blossoms. The second blossom from the left is closed with 3 petals, each opened blossoms and run parallel to the hair pin prongs. Hanging from the fan's side is ametal chain swagedfrom one end of the fan to the center (of helmet) and then again swagged to the other end. ( This medallion's center link is broken connecting the chain to the helmet). The side chains are 4 1/2cm long, with a coral bead in the middle. Hanging from the end of the chain is a flat metal duck medallion with ettchings showing an eye and feathers. These hair ornaments were mainly used in the Edo period from 1615-1868. Considered good luck. They were both functional and decorative. The end of this period elaborate display of wealth and luxury were condemmed by law. The women passed these decorative hair pins as pieces of function. Ex. Ear cleaner and scalp scratchers. Today they are worn for New Year's Weddings, and Guisa costuming.
1990.039.002 Ornament, hair On a metal 2 prong hair pin (Kanzashi) (a) with a scooped end is half opened detachable fan (b) on its side. A samurai helmet is placed directed on top of the opened sections of the fan. Four plum blossoms surround the upper 180 degrees of th helmet. A coral bead is in the center of the three opened blossoms. The second blossom from the left is closed with3 petals, each opened blossom has five petals. Plum twigs are connected to the blossoms and run parallel to the hair pin prong. Hanging from the fan's side is a metal chain swaged from one end of the fan to the center (of helmet) and then again swagged to the other end. (This medallion's center link is broken connecting the chain to the helmet). The side chains are 4 1/2cm long , with a coral bead in the middle. hanging from the end of the chain is a flat metal duck medallion with etching showing an eye and feathers. These hair ornaments were mainly used in the Edo period from 1615-1868. Considered good luck. They were both functional and decorative. The end of this period elaborate display of wealth and luxury were condemned by law. The women passed these decorative hair pins as pieces of function. Ex,. Ear cleaner and scalp scratcher. Today they are worn for New Year's, Weddings, and Geisha costuming.
1990.040.001 Doll White horse doll on black wooden stand. Horse is made of papier mache with mane and tail of white coarse fiber. The saddle and stirrup are made of wood painted black with some red on the stirrup. The halter is coral-colored tape with orange tassels. The vein is blue and white fabric. the horse's trappings are red fringe. Brocade goes over the saddle and also under it hanging down the length of the stirrup. The white horse is a symbol of valor and endurance. Tango no Seika is the name for the Boy's Day Festival. "Tango" literally means "first horse day". See "The White Horse" from The Image and the Motif -Japanese Dolls by Lea Bates Boy's Day accessory
1990.040.002 Doll Boy's Day scene on platform. Male farmer doll hanging carp for Boy's Day. A: Doll on stand with flag pole, tree and flowers. Doll has separate head (see B). Doll wears dark blue hanten coat with a white designs and kanji, leggings, a dark blue, red and white obi and sandals (zori). The right arm is raised and the hand is curled and the left arm is held in front; the legs are widespread. He holds a purple and white cotton cord which extends up a long pole (see C). On the black lacquered wooden platform, 10 7/8" x 4 5/8" x 1 7/8", is pine tree consisting of a wooden branch with bark and green artificial tufts attached to wires imitating pine branches; next to this is a small fence made of four squared posts and beams tied with black cord, a hole in the middle of the cross beams support the pole; in front are four artificial plants: 3 irises (1 with leaves, 1 with a bud, 1 in full white and purple flower), 1 yellow flower with leaves (chrysanthemum?). The large carp is painted fabric and has a small fabric boy clining to the fish. It was thought that as boys lookes at the carp they would take on the qualities of courage ad fearlessness associated with the carp. B: Gofun covered wooden carved head, black fiber inset hair with topknot, blue colored pate where head would be shaved, inset black glass eyes, black painted eyebrows, red painted mouth; neck comes to a point at the bottom where it fits into body. C: Tall wooden pole, 19" high, painted with black bands about 1 1/2" wide alternating with unpainted bands of the same width, thin crossbar attached near top, gold painted wooden ball at top; purple and white twisted cotton cord extends from doll, wraps around pole and crossbar; a carp made of painted black, green and gold, stuffed fabric, hangs from the end of the crossbar and cord; a stylized figure of a small boy with a red kimono, white belt and black hair clings to the carp's underbelly. Pole fits through holes in crossbars of fence. The carp represents the qualities of courage and fearlessness.
1990.040.003 Doll Samurai Doll From 1990 Accession Record: "Warrior doll with accessories"
1990.040.004 Armor Boy's Day armour set A: Cremonial chest of painted black lacquer wood, 6" H, 8" W, for holding miniature armour used in Boy's day displays. B: Chest lid C: Helmet Ornament - a gold colored dragon. D: Helmet, 4.5 " x 3" The crown is made of pressed cardboard covered with black lacquer. A gold colored circle and horns are on the front. A braided orange chin strap on the sides. E: Face Mask F: Body Armour, 7.5" x 4.75" G: Armoured Apron H& I: Leg Armour J& K: Shoes L: Armour Rack
1990.040.005 Doll
1990.040.006 Doll (A) Boys Day doll. Man with a bushy, black beard and gold helmet holding sword. Two purple, iris-like flowers stand at the front corners of the platform. (B) Sword (C) Wooden box (D) Siding lid
1990.040.007 Doll Doll Collage
1990.040.008 Doll Doll Collage
1990.040.009 Doll Girls Day doll on a black lacquer stand. From 1990 Accession Record: "Emperor with sword - seated on platform + box"
1990.040.010 Doll Girls Day Doll. From 1990 Accession Record: "Empress, seated with fan and box"
1990.040.011 Doll Doll Female figure with teapot.
1990.040.012 Doll Doll Female figure with black box
1990.040.013 Doll Doll Female doll with a tool.
1990.040.014 Doll
1990.040.015 Doll
1990.040.016 Doll
1990.040.017 Doll (A) Girl's Day musician doll (B) Small hand drum (D) Box
1990.040.018 Doll
1990.040.019 Stand Lacquer stand for a Girl's Day doll (missing? not recorded in 1990 Accession Record)
1990.040.020 Stand Black lacquer stand for a girl's day doll (missing? not in 1990 Accession Record)
1990.040.021 Chopsticks Chopsticks Miniature for Girl's Day Doll House
1990.040.022 Chopsticks Chopsticks Miniature chopstickas for Girl's Day
1990.040.023 Screen Screen miniature Girl's Day Doll Screen
1990.040.024 Screen
1990.040.025 Lamp Lamp Miniature Girl's Day candle lamp.
1990.040.026 Lamp Lamp Miniature Girl's Day candle lamp.
1990.040.027 Table Table Miniature Girl's Day table
1990.040.028 Table Table Miniature Girl's Day Table
1990.040.029 Stand Stand Mochi stand
1990.040.030 Stand Stand Mochi stand for Girls Day Display
1990.040.031 Tray (A) From 1990 Accession Record: Japanese offeratory tray used for Girls Day. Made from unfinished bent wood with floral paintings on the side. Missing box and cover (recorded in 1990 Accession Record)
1990.040.032 Vase Small, silver-colored glass vase holding a purple iris made from paper.
1990.040.033 Vase Small, silver colored glass vase holding a purple iris made from paper Same as 1990.040.032
1990.040.034 Toy Toy Miniature chest of drawers for Girl's Day display Black painted wood with flowers painted in gold.
1990.040.035 Chest Chest Miniature black lacquer chest with lid.
1990.040.036 Chest Chest Miniature Gilr's Day chest
1990.040.037 Chest Chest Miniature Girl's Day chest. Black lacquer
1990.040.038 Doll Two Girls Day dolls on a black lacquer stand. From 1990 Accession Record: "Girl's Day, Emperor and empress on one stand, emperor is kneeling, empress is standing"
1990.040.039 Set, Tableware Miniature lacquer dish set (A-I). Red interior, black exterior with gold floral pattern. From 1990 Accession Record: "Doll furniture. Bowls and lids of lacquer on wooden base"
1990.040.040 Set, tableware Same as 1990.040.039 A-I (A-I) Miniature lacquer dish set, bowls and lids. Red interior and black exterior with gold floral pattern. From 1990 Accession Record: "Girl's Day, small bowls and lids to go on stand"
1990.040.041 Doll
1990.040.042 Doll Doll in black kimono
1990.040.043 Doll Japanese style Doll - figure of a young woman dressed in red kimono and black obi A: Doll made from wet tissue molded over a wire armature. The molded face is covered with white silk georgette and has painted features: black eyebrows, eyes, eyelashes, red painted mouth. The dark brown hair is made of heavy thread shaped into a traditional Japanese "pompadour" with silver and red paper hair decorations around the tied portion at the top. Doll wears a long sleeved red crepe damask silk kimono with floral and vine designs, a white damask silk nagajuban underrobe, a white and gold damask embroidered eri collar, a black satin obi painted with gold cherry blossom designs and a bow tied in the back, a white silk obi jime with red embroidered patterns. An orange and gold brocade rectangle tied with a red cord is tucked into her obi (probably representing a small case used for chado or for personal effects). The dolls hands are covered with silk and her feet with white cotton tabi, right foot in front of left, both hands held in front. Doll is mounted on a black painted wooden base, 7.5" x 8.25" x .75" B: Box held in doll's hands, 2.5" x .75" x .75", is a rectangular wood block painted black with scattered gold decorations and tied with a red silk cord.
1990.040.044 Doll Doll in red patterned kimono.
1990.040.045 Doll Doll in red and turquoise kimono, the kimono was changed after the return from camp.
1990.040.046 Doll Doll, made for craft and exhibition purposes, represents a Japanese girl. The body is made of wet tissue molded over a wire form. The head is covered with painted fabric on which the features have been painted. The hair is made of darning thread. There is a hair ribbon over the left forehead of patterned red (faded) and white silk fabric. The long sleeved silk kimono is navy blue with a printed floral pattern and is lined with yellow silk. The obi is made of a striped silk fabric with stripes of black and a hound's tooth pattern of black and red with a yellow thread line running through. The obi is tied in a style used by young ladies or for festive occasions. There is a narrow white silk tie over the obi. A yellow and orange decorative silk sash is tucked in the front of the obi. There is an under collar of patterned white and red silk. The doll is mounted on a wooden base (5 3/8" x 3 7/8" x 3/4") painted black.
1990.040.047 Doll Female Doll on wood base Doll wears a moss green rayon knit suit consisting of a long sleeved jacket with scalloped V neck opening, darts in front and back and two covered buttons at front opening which has rounded corners at front bottom, and an A-line 6-gored knee length skirt. A pink damask dickey shows at the neckline. Pale pink 6-gored slip and panties gathered at the leg. The doll's head is molded paper mache covered with white silk and has painted dark brown eyebrows and eyes with white and blue accents, red painted mouth. The hair is made of rolled heavy dark brown cotton thread in a short style with a small pink ribbon bow on the left. The body is stuffed and the limbs made of wire wrapped with paper mache strips. The legs are covered with rayon hosiery fabric and the feet have painted black shoes. The doll's right arm is bent and its right leg is positioned behind the left leg. Doll is fastened to a rectangular base made of unpainted wood, 5.5 X 3.5 X .625". The doll leans unsteadily to one side and the clothing is slightly faded.
1990.040.048 Doll Doll in multicolored kimono with pink bow in hair.
1990.040.049 Doll
1990.040.050 Doll Two Girl's Day dolls (A and B) on a stand (C) (D) drum (I) box (J) lid
1990.040.051 Doll Doll - Wisteria Collage
1990.040.052 Doll Hanasaka Jiisan story figures of an old man pounding mochi, and old woman with a bucket and a cherry tree A: Cherry tree, H: 9", W: 5", D: 2", trunk made of small reeds wrapped with paper resembling cherry bark, two branches of paper wrapped wire stems with many magenta and white paper flowers, a few painted coated paper buds, yellow thread sepels. B: Old Woman, H: 4.5", W: 5", D: 2.5" on one knee, dressed in a purple brocade kimono with pink and blue floral patterns, red lining and white underrobe, an olive obi with red pattern. She has long white fiber hair tied with orange and white thread, gofun covered wood carved head, inset glass eyes, carved wrinkles, red painted mouth, painted carved wood hands. She holds a bucket between her upheld hands C: Old Man, H: 6", W: 3", D: 2" standing with legs apart (stick in center holds him on base), arms outstretched. He wears a green vest with purple, silver, brown and yellow floral patterns over a gold colored kimono, beige, green, blue and yellow plaid patterned knicker-like pants, and a purple obi; green leggings, white painted feet. He has short white fiber hair, shaved pate and topknot, bushy white fiber eyebrows, gofun covered wood carved head with wrinkles, inset glass eyes and red painted mouth. He holds a mallet (D) in his hands which have curled fingers. The Hanasaka Jiisan story is about a kind old man and his wife whose dog, Shiro, uncovers gold in their farmyard. A mean neighbor sees this discovery and asks to borrow the dog who only digs up garbage, so the mean man kills him. The kind couple bury their dog and plant a pine tree on his grave. The tree grows fast and they cut it down to make a mochi morter because the dog had loved mochi cakes. As they pound the mochi it turns into gold. The mean man asks to borrow the mortar, but when he pounded mochi it turned into garbage, so the man burned the mortar. The kind man took the ashes and scattered them around his garden. Suddenly in the middle of winter cherry trees bloomed. A passing prince saw this and asked the old man to make his trees bloom too. He did this and was rewarded by the prince and became known as Sir Old-Man-Who-Makes-Trees-Blossom. (Japanese Children's Favorite Stories, p. 87) D: Mallet, L: 4.25", made of wood with a dowel handle and an unpainted bullet shaped head 1.5" x .375" E: Wooden Morter, H: 1.75", Diam.: 1.875", sits in front of the man, round shaped with a depression in the top, inside of which is a white mound of clay simulating mochi and 7 gold colored oval pieces of paper simulating gold coins. F: Platform, H: 1.25", W: 10", D: 3.75", black lacquered wood with gold painted floral design on front, open at back. G: Bucket, H: 1", Diam.: 1", round, straight sides, paper mache, painted pink and brown stripes on outside, tied with light green cord in two places.
1990.040.053 Doll Doll set, Yositsune 2 figures on a stand Male figure has fur chaps
1990.040.054 Toy Tassels Origianaly attached to a stand. For a Boy's day doll display
1990.040.056 Doll
1990.040.057 Doll
1990.040.059 Thread Black Cotton thread for doll hair
1990.040.061 Finial Black, lacquered bamboo unit to fit on top of a flag pole, also called a ferrule, although that name implies that it's made of metal.
1990.040.063 Cornice Wood cornice piece
1990.040.064 Scroll Kintaro riding on a hoisted carp (for Boy's Day)
1990.040.080 Doll
1990.040.083 Doll
1990.040.085 Doll
1990.040.087 Doll
1990.040.117 Doll
1990.042.001 Chest Large handcarved chest with camphor drawers Wood, possibly teak. The top is carved along the edges. The front and sides are carved with harbor scenes. There are four camphor wood drawers inside. The front is made up of two doors with metal handles and lock. There is a key to the lock in a leather holder inside the top drawer.
1990.042.002 Amulet Figure of elder
1990.042.004 Box, jewelry A: Jewelry box B: Key on chain
1990.042.005 Carving
1990.042.006 Fork Silver salad fork, pierced design
1990.042.007 Spatula Silver salad spoon, pierced design
1990.042.008 Spatula Silver pierced spatula for serving desserts
1990.042.009 Spatula Silver pierced spatula for serving desserts. Oblong spatula head with etched image of hut, mountains, and two palm trees. Lacquered wooden handle.
1990.042.011 Purse
1990.042.012 Canoe
1990.042.013 Chess
1990.042.014 Brooch Petaled flower, filigree with pearls
1990.042.015 Pin White jade cut out depicting 3 male elders
1990.042.016 Necklace Filigree and beads
1990.042.017 Shoes
1990.042.020 Napkin
1990.042.024 Purse A: reed fiber purse, B: change purse inside
1990.042.029 Basket
1990.042.030 Basket
1990.042.031 Basket One 14" x 17" basket for vegetable storage, with cover.
1990.042.032 Basket
1990.042.033 Basket
1990.042.034 Basket
1990.042.035 Scissors
1990.042.037 Purse Blue silk brocade bag with wooden handles
1990.042.038 Painting
1990.042.039 Painting
1990.042.040 Painting Watercolor.
1990.042.041 Painting
1990.043.001 Hat
1990.043.002 Amulet Metal figure in robe Weighted with lead.
1990.044 Hat Baby hat of blue, green, magenta, and bluish purple silk satin. Has stuffed fabric face on top front, ears and medallions on sides. On the back animal back with feet and tail. Pink cotton lining
1990.045 Jacket Emerald green quilted silk short jacket with yellow trim. 3 decorative frog closures on the front and one on each sleeve. Tag that reads "Made in Hong Kong". Donated by Mrs. A.E. Lyon. Dimensions: Collar to hem: 27.5" long, sleeve to sleeve: 47.5" wide.
1990.046.001 Case Fan Case Embroidered black with crests, two pink beads
1990.047.001 Doll Returned to donor: Ginny Olsen
1990.047.002 Doll Japanse Dancing Doll in glass case. Standing figure wears green kimono with white outer kimono wrapped around her waist. A fan rests on a small stand on the stand.
1990.048 Headdress Cylindrical Akha headdress made of bamboo. Lower half of band covered with indigo blue cotton with rows of silver discs and seeds. Also decorated with feathers and pompoms
1990.050.002 Costume Pastel green silk kimono with light pink silk lining. Small stains on the front. Embroidered with cherry blossoms and buds on the front, including the sleeves. The back is heavily emobroidered with cherry blossoms and a branch holding three birds embroidered in black, gray, cream, yellow, and blue. Tag on the inside of the collar claims the garment is Chinese in a Japanese cut.
1990.050.003 Costume Blue silk kimono with blue silk lining. Dirt or heavy staining on the front. Embroidered with bright pink cherry blossoms on the front, including the sleeves. The back is heavily embroidered with cherry blossoms, vines, and a branch. The hem is lightly padded. Tag on the inside of the collar claims it is a Chinese garment in a Japanese cut.
1990.053.001 Skirt Wrap around knee length pleated skirt divided into 3 panels with ties. The top of the skirt and ties are a natural cotton. The waist band is 4 cm wide. Below this bands is 7.5 cm. of natural cotton pleats held with a decorative stitch. Middle section is an indigo batiked pattern. Appliqued to the batik are hot pink and lime green nylon fabric pieces that are horizontally striped with middle panels of batik exposed diamonds. The lower third of the skirt measures 26.5 cm with hot pink and lime green stripes and pieces are appliqued to form diamond shapes with magenta, pink and white cross stitch filling. The skirt sides are of unembellished indigo cotton. Blue Hmong tribe are the only Hill Tribe skilled in batiking. Skirt is worn with black cotton jackets. Women wear an apron over front of skirt. Damage: soiled waist band and ties.
1990.055 Fan Paper and bamboo fan Front is image of ship Junk On back: Manchu Low Chinese and American Dishes 1349 Broadway Tacoma Wash
1990.056 Mat, place
1990.057 Purse
1990.058 Doll
1990.059 Doll
1990.062 Ribbon
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