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A Tlingit wood bowl in the form of a frog,

circa last quarter of the 19th century.

10.75" length x 5" tall

Acquired by the Kysar Collection of Los Angeles in 1964.  The exhibition history is as follows: The Otis Art Institue 1966, Cyprus Mines, 1969, Chaffey College 1976, Los Angles County Museum 1985.  Published: California Arts Magazine, Vol. 8, 1966: Western Advertising Magazine, 1966, Cypurs Mines Annual Report, 1968, Symbols of Prestige: LA Collections, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Catalogue, Pg.  8, # 13.

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