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Results for credit_line:"Museum purchase made possible by the Betty J. Lockett Memorial Fund"

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A conical stopper, topped by an anthropomorphic representation of a female head with elaborate coiffure. 
Luba (Luba (culture or style))
Stopper
1895 – 1905
Museum purchase made possible by the Betty J. Lockett Memorial Fund
1984/2.40

Tabwa (Tabwa)
Female Figure
early 20th century
Museum purchase made possible by the Betty J. Lockett Memorial Fund
1982/1.263
Wooden circular staff with a circular human face in the middle of the shaft. The bottom of the staff contains concentric rings that form a point at the base. The top of the staff has a black and white checkered pattern that wraps around the staff. Animal hairs stick out the top of the staff. 
Kuba (Kuba (Democratic Republic of Congo style))
Flywhisk
1915 – 1925
Museum purchase made possible by the Betty J. Lockett Memorial Fund
1986/2.93

Mangbetu (Mangbetu)
Hairpin
1900 – 1985
Museum purchase made possible by the Betty J. Lockett Memorial Fund
1985/2.40

Mangbetu (Mangbetu)
Hairpin
1900 – 1985
Museum purchase made possible by the Betty J. Lockett Memorial Fund
1985/2.41
Brown rectangular panel with interlocking triangular design. The tan central panel consists of tan and black triangles alternating with a tan and black diamond grid pattern. 
Kuba (Kuba (Democratic Republic of Congo style))
Textile Fragment
1915 – 1925
Museum purchase made possible by the Betty J. Lockett Memorial Fund
1986/2.94

Songye (Songye)
Comb with Head
1900 – 1983
Museum purchase made possible by the Betty J. Lockett Memorial Fund
1983/1.155
Gold-weight in the shape of a man with a large head, tilted slightly backwards, on a thick, heavy neck, and topped by an object in the shape of a ball; the face has protruding eyes and nose, and the mouth holds a snake-like animal above a small rectangular protrusion. The figure holds a short stick under the left arm and has two small round objects in the hands, as well as a rectangular protrusion around and below the waist. 
Akan (Akan (culture or style))
Gold-weight
1900 – 1985
Museum purchase made possible by the Betty J. Lockett Memorial Fund
1985/2.42
Rectangular panel with dark brown and tan alternating rectangular boxes that form a checkered pattern along the right and left edges. There is a diamond pattern created by intersecting cowrie shells. In between the diamond patterns are intersecting uneven chevrons made from beads. The background of this panel is brown in color.
Kuba (Kuba (Democratic Republic of Congo style))
Skirt
1945 – 1955
Museum purchase made possible by the Betty J. Lockett Memorial Fund
1986/2.95

Vili (Kongo) (Vili)
Maternity Figure
19th century
Museum purchase made possible by the Betty J. Lockett Memorial Fund; the Mary Kujawski Memorial Fund; and the Alfred E. Pernt Memorial Fund, in honor of Dr. of Technical Services Max H.J. Pernt and his wife Anna Pernt (née Mueller)
1993/2.66
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