Bowers Museum (Part Three)

Behold: the last of my photos from the Bowers Museum. This was probably my favorite exhibit (Spirits and Headhunters: Art of the Pacific Islands).

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Oh and yes, that is a necklace made of teeth. Human teeth. Yikes.

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Can you believe this heavy stone (below) was used as a form of currency? Imagine lugging this around:

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These are actually war shields. I think they’re too pretty to use for fighting!

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Yes, that’s another tooth necklace. I believeΒ itΒ was made from dog teeth…

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Neat exhibit, huh? Alright – that’s the last of my photos from the museum. It’s on the smaller side, but definitely worth a visit! Address below.

Bowers Museum
2002 North Main Street
Santa Ana, CA 92706

More places to get your learning on: Museum of Death // Natural History Museum // Laguna Art Museum

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