Double-faced heddle pulley

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10", Wood; painted.

Abstract

A Heddle pulley for weaving which closely resembles examples from the Senufo people around Liberia and Ivory Coast. Wooden head with painted eyes, large crescent-shaped ears; 2009 Accession.

Date

undated

Source

MS048

Relation

http://archives.library.wcsu.edu/dav/relatedObjects/MS048/JPEG/PB040137.jpg

Identifier

ms048_089

Temporal Coverage

undated

Files

ms048_089.jpg

Citation

unknown, . “Double-faced heddle pulley.” Truman Warner Anthropological Collection, MS048. WCSU Archives, 9 July 2019. Accessed on the Web: 20 Nov. 2019.

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