• Culture/People:

    Highland Kichua

  • Object name:

    Carder

  • Date created:

    1900-1905

  • Place:

    Riobamba; Riobamba Canton; Chimborazo Province; Ecuador

  • Media/Materials:

    Vegetal material, bamboo, cordage

  • Techniques:

    Cut, perforated, wrapped, tied

  • Collection History/Provenance:

    Collected in 1906 during an expedition to Ecuador led by Marshall H. Saville (1867-1935, MAI staff member) and funded by George Gustav Heye and his mother, Marie Antoinette Lawrence Heye (ca. 1841-1915).

  • Catalog number:

    1/1831

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