Horn snuff flask carved from tip of horn (possibly
Horn snuff flask carved from tip of horn (possibly antelope) tip carved in shape of a human head, in the round, represents female figure, further detail carved in bas-relief on surface, shows two children clinging to woman's back and breast, Upper Zambesi, South Africa, 1880-1920
- Ethnography and Folk Medicine
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- snuff flasks ethnography (african), smoking (containers), ethnography (african), smoking (containers), snuff flasks
- Loan: Wellcome Trust
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