[Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :Fan from Aitukaka, Hervey Group. Ancient axe (Mogo) found imbedded in cliff; Mogo or native axe New South Wales; Ancient pearl fish hook Sydney. [Gourd from New] Caledonia I. [Between 1844 and 1860]
Reference Number: A-020-045
A Cook Islands woven fan from Aitutaki, two decorated paddles and a gourd from New Caledonia, two Aboriginal adzes or axes and a fish-hook and two Pacific whisks
1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to George French Angas, New South Wales, New Caledonia, Aitutaki, Material culture - Cook Islands, Aboriginal Australians - Implements and Implements, utensils, etc. - New Caledonia.
[Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Bound pages from Sketchbook 1844], Reference Number A-020-BOUND (18 digitised items)
[Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Sketchbook 1844], Reference Number A-020 (22 digitised items)
Extent: 8 drawing(s) (on one sheet)Pencil and watercolour 235 x 315 mm. Single art work
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