3 Amulets

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Object Name: 
3 Amulets
Accession Number: 
77.1.8
Dimensions: 
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Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
about 1800-1977
Credit Line: 
Gift of Miss Nancy Perkins
Primary Description: 
A) Irregular oval plaque decorated on one side in relief: schematic human head and upper torso shown frontally. Head is hairless, with vestigial ears; face has eyebrows, dot-like eyes, nose, mouth and double chin. Torso has garment decorated with illegible "letters." Other "letters" are at sides of head and above it. Edges of plaque are rounded and back is plain. B) Roughly rectangular plaque with rounded ends decorated on one side in relief: schematic human head and torso shown frontally. Head is hairless; face has eyebrows, oval eyes, nose and mouth. Torso is rectangular, with arms in front of chest, bent at elbows and with hands pointing toward neck. Lower part of torso has garment decorated with illegible "letters." Edges are rounded and back is plain. C) Irregular oval plaque decorated on one side in relief: schematic human head and torso shown frontally. Head is hairless, with vestigial ears; face has eyebrows, dot-like eyes, nose and mouth. Torso is rectangular and armless; it has necklace with two strands and garment decorated with three stars and illegible "letters." Edges are rounded and back is plain.
Provenance: 
Perkins, Nancy, Source
1977-10-19