Xauv, Neck Ring, Necklace

1973.16.0003

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Artifact Identification Xauv, Neck Ring, Necklace   (1973.16.0003)
Classification/
Nomenclature
  1. Personal Artifacts
  2. :
  3. Adornment
  4. :
  5. Body Adornments
Artist/Maker None
Geographic Location
Period/Date 1900 - 1973
Culture Hmong, Miao, Meo

Physical Analysis

Dimension 1 (Width) 26.5 cm
Dimension 2 (Length) 24.5 cm
Dimension 3 (Depth) 1.5 cm
Weight 129 g
Measuring Remarks None
Materials Metal--Silver
Manufacturing Processes Incising
Munsell Color Information Medium to Light Gray (N6.5) -ns

Research Remarks

Published Description N/A
Description N/A
Comparanda N/A
Bibliography

Adams, M. (1974). Dress and Design in Highland Southeast Asia: The Hmong (Miao) and the Yao. Textile Museum Journal, 4(1), 51-66. Campbell, Margaret. Nakorn, Pongnoi. Chusak, Voraphitak. (1981, c1978) From the Hands of the Hills /Hong Kong: Media Transasia. Cohen, Erik. (2000) The Commercialized Crafts of Thailand: hill tribes and lowland villages : collected articles. Honolulu : University of Hawaii Press. (1950) Ethnic Groups of Northern Southeast Asia. Yale University, Southeast Asia Studies, New Haven. Kunstadter, Peter. (Ed.) (1967) Southeast Asian Tribes, Minorities, and Nations. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, Vol. 1. Lewis, Paul W. Lewis, Elaine. (1984) Peoples of the Golden Triangle: six tribes in Thailand London: Thames and Hudson, “Chapter 4 Hmong” pgs. 100-133. Newman, Thelma R. (1977) Contemporary Southeast Asian arts and crafts: ethnic craftsmen at work with how-to instructions for adapting their crafts. New York: Crown Publishers, Chapter 8: “Metalworking” pgs. 215-256; “Silver jewelry” pgs. 252-253. Tapp, Nicholas. (1985) The Re-creation of Culture: Hmong refugees from Laos London : Refugees studies Programme, British Refugee Council. Tapp, Nicholas. (1986) The Hmong of Thailand: opium people of the Golden Triangle London : Anti-Slavery Society. Tapp, Nicholas. (1989) Sovereignty and Rebellion: the white Hmong of Northern Thailand Singapore: Oxford University Press. Tapp, Nicholas, Michaud, Jean, Culas, Christian,Lee, G. Y. (Eds.) (2004) Hmong-Miao in Asia. Chiang Mai, Thailand : Silkworm Books. Wijeyewardene, Gehan. (Eds.) (1990) Ethnic groups across national boundaries in mainland Southeast Asia.. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. “Hmong.” International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Darity, William A. (Ed.) (2008) 2nd ed. Detroit : Macmillan Reference USA, Vol.3, p. 490-491. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 15 Jan. 2011. The Hmong Cultural Center @ http://www.hmongcc.org/. Lewis, Elaine T. “Clothing, Traditional-Southeast Asia, Tribal.” Encyclopedia of Modern Asia. Levinson, David, Christensen, Karen. (Eds.) (2002) New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, Vol. 2, pgs. 126-128. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 15 Jan. 2011. Pfeifer, Mark E., Lee, Txong Pao. (2006) “Building Bridges: Teaching about the Hmong in our Communities.” Saint Paul, MN: Hmong Cultural and Resource Center. Presentation available at http://www.hmongcc.org/BuildingBridgesHealthPresentation2007Version. “Refugees.” International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Darity, William A. (Ed.) (2008) 2nd ed. Detroit : Macmillan Reference USA, Vol.7, pgs. 125-127. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 15 Jan. 2011. Tapp, Nicholas. “Hmong.” Encyclopedia of Modern Asia. Levinson, David, Christensen, Karen. (Eds.) (2002) New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, Vol. 2, pgs. 533-535. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 15 Jan. 2011. Tapp, Nicholas. “Hmong Diaspora.” Encyclopedia of Diasporas: immigrant and refugee cultures around the world. Ember, Melvin, Ember, Carol R, Skoggard, Ian A. (Eds.) (2005) New York : Springer, Vol. 1, p. 103-113. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 15 Jan. 2011. Cheri Vitez, Research Associate, 5/10/2011

Artifact History

Archaeological Data N/A
Credit Line/Dedication Purchase
Reproduction no
Reproduction Information N/A

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