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Wooden Implement

Wood, Implement

Works of Art (20)

Boomerang, 19th–early 20th century, Probably Boulia region, western Queensland, Australia, Wood (1979.206.1552)
Boomerang, 19th–early 20th century, Wardaman people, Northern Territory, Australia, Wood (1979.206.1539)
Boomerang, late 19th–early 20th century, Northern Territory, Australia, Wood (1979.206.1667)
Boomerang, mid- to late 19th century, Western Kimberley Region, Western Australia, Wood, paint (1979.206.1608)

Case (étui) with an amorous inscription, 1450–1500, Italy, Leather (cuir bouilli) over a wooden core, red cord (50.53.1)
Casket (cassetta), 1500–1530, Ferrara or Venice, Gesso on wood (pastiglia) (10.141.1)
Comb, 13th century, Egypt, Wood; carved, sawn, drilled, and painted (38.118.17)
Double-Tiered Vessel (Mukeke), first half of 20th century, Zambia; Lozi peoples, Wood (1978.412.344a–d)
Fly Whisk (Tahiri [?]), early to mid-19th century, Probably Rurutu or Tupua'i, Austral Islands, French Polynesia, Wood, fiber, human hair (1979.206.1487)
Head for Yam Ceremony (Yena), 19th–early 20th century, Yasyin-Mayo people, Yau village, Washkuk Hills, Upper Sepik region, Papua New Guinea, Wood, paint (1978.412.1699)
Infantry shield (pavise), ca. 1450, Bohemian, possibly Chomutov (now Czech Republic), Wood, leather, gesso, silver foil, polychromy (29.158.595)
Ladle, 20th century (before 1960), Zlan of Belewale, Dan peoples; Liberia or Côte d'Ivoire, Wood, pigment (1979.206.254)
Leg splint, 1942, Charles Eames (American); Ray Eames (American); manufactured by Evans Products, Molded Plywood Division, Molded plywood (1984.246)
Mirror Frame, 9th–12th century, Peru; Wari-Chimú, Wood (1995.428)
Navigational Chart (Rebbilib), 19th–early 20th century, Marshallese people, Marshall Islands, Coconut midrib, fiber (1978.412.826)
Paddle (Hose), late 19th–early 20th century, Buka or northern Bougainville Island, northern Solomon Islands, Wood, paint (1978.412.1491)
Ritual Board (Wenena Gerua), ca. 1950, Siane people, Eastern Highlands, Papua New Guinea, Wood, paint, feathers, fiber (1978.412.741)
Snuff Tablet, 4th–8th century, Peru; Tiwanaku (?), Wood (2000.2)
Staff (Uzime or Uboko), 19th–20th century, South Africa; Zulu or Nguni peoples, Wood, brass, iron wire (1982.485.15)
Staff with Snuff Containers and Club, 19th–20th century, South Africa; Zulu peoples, Wood (1993.381.6-7)