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[Source - Nessa Leibhammer for FHYA using MAA materials, 2012: Cat ID: 109235; ID NO: E 1905.504; MAA num: AR.1906.801]

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[Source - MAA, 2012:
Names: Pin - MAA (01/12/1998)
Keyword: Personal Adornment
Material: Wood; Bead; Glass
Descriptions: A wooden hair-pin with beaded head - MAA (01/12/1998)
Cultural group: Zulu
Date made:
Source: Haddon, A. C. (collector and donor)
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Place: Africa; Southern Africa; South Africa; Zululand - MAA (01/12/1998)
Contexts: (Centenary Exhibition). Was in EM 644 , then Box 33.D.1 June (19)87 - MAA (01/12/1998)
Object notes: This hairpin is identical to the hairpin collected by Henry Balfour on the same trip. This is securely labelled by the Pitt Rivers Museum to whom Balfour donated the item as [K-word] woman’s hair-pin, from Laduma's kraal, SWARTKOP, near P. MARITZBURG, NATAL, 1905. d.d. H. Balfour, 1906.” We can therefore assume that the two hairpins were collected at the same place or close to each other - MAA
Updated: 08/05/2014
Created: 01/12/1998]

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