With the Greatest Care: Ethnographic Conservation at the Pitt Rivers Museum
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With the Greatest Care: Ethnographic Conservation at the Pitt Rivers Museum

Oxford's Pitt Rivers Museum employs a number of conservators tasked with restoring and maintaining the thousands of archaeology and anthropology artifacts in its collection. A case-study booklet, this engaging and accessible guide focuses on nine of its more recent restoration projects, including noh theatre masks, Native American clothing and garments made from seal intestine.

Written by the conservators themselves, it reveals a side of museum life normally hidden from the public. 

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