Bark and Wood Dipper
Unidentified Ainu maker
Birch bark and wood
Overall: 16 3/4 in. (42.5 cm)
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Reverend James Horace Pettee, Class of 1873
Place Made: Hokkaido, Japan, East Asia, Asia
Tools and Equipment: Food Service
Not on view
"Purchased directly from an Ainu or through the agency of a trustworthy Christian Japanese" by Reverend James Horace Pettee, (1851-1920), Class of 1873, Congregational Missionary in Japan between 1876-1899; given to present collection, 1899.
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