Object Type (Identification)
- This field contains details on the nature of the object.
- N.B.: Do not confuse this field with the Object Name field. The Object Name field contains the standardized object name while the Object Type field contains details on the nature of the object.
| ||Object Name|| vase|
|Object Type|| reproduction|
- When the object name consists of several terms inextricably associated with the object, enter them in the Object Name field and leave the Object Type field blank.
| ||Object Name|| bed headboard|
|Object Type|| |
| ||and not |
| ||Object Name|| headboard|
| ||Object Type||bed|
- The Object Type field contains details on the configuration of the object.
| ||Object Name||sculpture|
|Object Type|| low relief|
- The Object Type field contains details on the use of the object.
| ||Object Name|| bedside table|
|Object Type|| hospital|
- The Object Type field contains details on the structure of the object.
| ||Object Name|| painting|
|Object Type|| triptych|
- For entries of French terms, if you enter an adjective in the Object Type field, it should agree with the gender of the noun entered in the Object Name field.
| ||Object Name|| fauteuil roulant|
|Object Type|| pliant|
- If you are unsure whether a detail is correct, include a space and a question mark after the keyword.
- This field may contain multiple entries separated by a semicolon followed by a space.
| ||Object Name||altarpiece|
|Object Type|| low relief; triptych|