MOA: University of British Columbia
Drumstick with a cane body set into a wood handle, topped with a black metal ferrule. Cane body curves twice, in middle and near top; top curve ends in a curl. Body has a hook-like appearance. Handle is an irregularly shaped cylinder with a flattened front; tapers into an oval-shaped base. Bands of raised vertical rectangles carved along length; plain rings throughout. Bottom section of cylinder, that tapers, is decorated with incised vertical lines. Triangular channel carved into front of handle, near bottom edge.
Purchased by the donor's parents from an antique shop in Toronto, sometime in the 1980s-1990s.
- Type of Item drumstick
- Culture Nepalese
- Material stain, cane grass, wood, metal
- Measurements height 42.0 cm, width 18.3 cm, depth 2.6 cm (overall)
- Previous Owner Mary Hayes
- Received from Mary Hayes
- Made in Nepal
- Creation Date between 1900 and 1950
- Ownership Date before August 26, 2021
- Acquisition Date on August 26, 2021
- Condition good
- Accession Number 3521/0002