Head dress

Maker
Unknown Maker
Description
A headress made of feathers that have been attached to a length of thin braided twine. Groupings of six red, seven yellow, seven red, eight yellow and six red feathers have been bound together and tied onto the length fo rope.

A headdress as worn by one of the indigenous peoples living along the Morona River (upper Amazon) in Peru. The Morona River would be approximately 1800 miles from the Amazon mouth.
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Object detail

Media/Materials
Feathers, natural fibre rope.
Production place
Collection
Department collection type
Credit line
Collection of Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato
Accession number
1970/322/2

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