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1954-1989 (10)
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Hotels -- Congo (Democ... (5)
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Avery Research Center Artifact Collection

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1.
Brass wick holder
Brass wick holder Hindu wick holder for a butter lamp; one circular holder surrounded by five teardrop-shaped holders, serpent-shaped handle; origin North India.
2.
Snuff holder
Snuff holder Bark snuff holder; origin Turkana people of Kenya.
3.
Snuff holder
Snuff holder Bark snuff holder; origin Turkana people of Kenya.
4.
Snuff holder
Snuff holder Wooden snuff holder with metal chain attached by wire and metal strip around the narrow opening; origin Turkana people of Kenya.
5.
Ivory menu holder
Ivory menu holder Ivory menu holder, flying bird design, made for use in hotels; origin eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
6.
Ivory toothpicks and holder
Ivory toothpicks and holder Ivory toothpick holder with 10 ivory toothpicks, made for hotels, carved design on toothpicks; origin eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
7.
Ivory toothpicks and holder
Ivory toothpicks and holder Ivory toothpick holder with 10 ivory toothpicks, made for hotels; origin eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
8.
Ivory menu holder
Ivory menu holder Ivory menu holder made for use in hotels; origin eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
9.
Ivory menu holder
Ivory menu holder Ivory menu holder, flying bird design, made for use in hotels; origin eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
10.
Unidentified wooden object
Unidentified wooden object Small wooden object, origin Tutsi people. Collector Colin Turnbull labeled the object "a parihuana holder."
11.
Candle holder
Candle holder Wood carving that was used as a candle-holder; birds and crocodiles carved around the stand; remnants of the candle remain; origin south Kenya.
12.
Incense burner
Incense burner Object from Colin Turnbull's personal shrine; small brass incense holder in the shape of an egg with two packages of burnt incense.