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PAPUAN PIGTUSK ADORNMENT - This  pig tusk adornment comes from Kerema in the Papuan Gulf - early part of the 20th century and measures 38 cm

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Papua New Guinea | Breast ornament made from 9 boar tusks, combined with cord and set with kuskus pelt in the middle | 90€ ~ sold

Papua New Guinea, Breast ornament made from 9 boar tusks, combined with cord and set with kuskus pelt in the middle

Kina Shell Necklace. Sepik Tribe.  Kinas are rare treasures from Papua New Guinea and a sign of wealth and prosperity. They can be used for bride price, blood feud paybacks and exchange festivals as well as for admissions to men’s clubs and secret societies. They were worn by men and women either alone or in multiples for special celebrations when warriors would wear a kina shell pectoral as the focal point of their dress. Dimensions: 17" in length, Shell: 6" across x .16" in width.

Papua New Guinea - Kina Necklace, Sepik People - Kinas are a sign of wealth and prosperity.

Papua New Guinea - Kiwai | Man's pubic shield / cover ~ Yadere-ere ~ shell and fiber.  H:  26.5 cm without the stand || POR

Papua New Guinea - A Fine Large Western Papua New Guinea Kiwai Man’s Pubic Shield ‘Yadere-ere’ of Bailer Shell with Original Woven Fibre Binding Late – Early Century

Village Elder

Indigenous tribes in Papua New Guinea maintain their traditions through art, songs and dance.

Abelam people, East  Sepik, Papua New Guinea - three ancirnt abelam shell rings.19th C

Abelam people, East Sepik, Papua New Guinea - three ancirnt abelam shell C

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10 magnifiques tribus dont la façon de vivre vous apportera un nouveau souffle

Simbai Shield, Papua New Guinea

Simbai War Shield Madang Province, New Guinea Wood with dark smokey patina Early century tall by wide

Woman's Fiber Headdress, Papua, New Guinea  Openwork headdress with dome shaped cap and long triangular flap along back. Covered in nassa, cowrie, and conus shells.

Openwork headdress with dome shaped cap and long triangular flap along back.

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