Objects from MAAS's extensive collection. The data is harvested from our collection management system on a regular basis. Please note that not all objects are available in the API.
Unique ID of the object.
Parent object ID, if it is a child object.
Short descriptive title of the object.
Summary of the object.
Physical description of the object.
A brief summary statement about the object.
Summarises why an object is important and places it in a social and cultural context. An object may be significant for many reasons, such as historical use, rarity, aesthetic or impact on society.
Indicates whether this is whole object, part record or archived item.
Anything which has been written on or marked on the object. Marks don't include decorative motifs and are not the main subject of the work. Marks include labels, trademarks, monograms, inscriptions, dedications, dates, signatures, symbols, serial numbers and copyright.
Places, people, institutions or events that are relevant to the object.
Code indicating the location of the object in the Museum. Only available for objects that are on display.
Date the object record was last updated.
Date the object was added to the Museum's object records.
Explains how an object record was put together and by whom.
Flag indicating whether the object has multimedia attached to it.
Indicates whether the object record is complete according to the Museum's administrative criteria.
The globally unique ID among all types
The object title. If it doesn't exist, it reverts to the statement
filterFilterFindManyMultimediaInput, skipInt, limitInt, sortSortFindManyMultimediaInput.
skipInt, limitInt, sortSortFindManyCollectionObjectInput.
Some objects form part of a larger object. This field describes the parent object which the part belongs to.