5 Bracelet Fragments

Object Name: 
5 Bracelet Fragments

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Object Name: 
5 Bracelet Fragments
Accession Number: 
51.1.201
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Location: 
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Date: 
99 BC-1951
Primary Description: 
5 Bracelet Fragments. Translucent light green, opaque deep blue, translucent yellowish-green, translucent deep green with red streaks, opaque green glasses; tooled, applied decoration. A: Fragment of circular shaped bracelet with D-shaped cross section, decorated on outer surface with 3 applied oval eyes; between each pair of eyes two small reddish-orange blobs; perimeter of eyes embellished with row of small blobs. B: Fragment of circular bracelet with D-shaped cross-section; decorated on outer surface with row of 3 inlaid eyes with translucent deep blue centers surrounded by opaque white; at center of each eye, small applied white blob; between each pair of eyes two small blobs. C: Decorated with opaque orange trail wound one or more times around outer surface; above this row of 4 eyes, each consisting of section of cane with orange center surrounded first by ring of white then broad ring of deep blue with opaque white radial stripes; between each pair of eyes, three small blobs. D: Circular bracelet with D-shaped cross-section; decorated with canes of opaque yellow and opaque dull red and of opaque white, black and translucent turquoise glass, marvered into outer surface; effect is too irregular and fragment too small to permit confident identification on arrangement of canes. E: Fragment of bracelet with triangular cross-section; decorated with opaque yellow and opaque orange cane applied in zigzag to outer surface at greatest diameter and marvered in; this is overlain by spirally twisted opaque yellow and opaque green cane, also trailed on at greatest diameter and marvered in.
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Provenance: 
Tano, Phocion J., Source
1951-07-30