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

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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Iatmul head-dress / veil for women. East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea

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photo : Eric Lafforgue Tribesmen jewels, Papua New Guinea Mount Hagen...Pigs teeth, shells, dry seeds, opossum fur... Papua New Guinea , Highlands, Mount Hagen festival singsing © Eric Lafforgue
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Papua New Guinea. Reminds me of the boars tusk necklace that Dads friend Man'aga wore!

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photo : Eric Lafforgue Tribesmen jewels, Papua New Guinea Mount Hagen...Pigs teeth, shells, dry seeds, opossum fur... Papua New Guinea , Highlands, Mount Hagen festival singsing © Eric Lafforgue

photo : Eric Lafforgue    Tribesmen jewels, Papua New Guinea Mount Hagen...Pigs teeth, shells, dry seeds, opossum fur...  Papua New Guinea , Highlands, Mount Hagen festival singsing    © Eric Lafforgue
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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.
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PNG - Kina Necklace, Sepik People - Kinas are a sign of wealth and prosperity - now there are kina coins and notes as currency

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.

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.
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Pair of Boiken Money Sticks Oceanic Art Papua New Guinea Art
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A Selection of Sepik, Papua New Guinea Art Objects Housed and Sold through Ewa Oceanic Art Gallery.

Ewa Gallery has collected over time a selection of unique Utensils and Adornments used by the people of the Sepik region in every day life, dance and village ce

Pair of Boiken Money Sticks Oceanic Art Papua New Guinea Art

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Papua New Guinea - Kiwai | Man's pubic shield / cover ~ Yadere-ere ~ shell and fiber. H: 26.5 cm without the stand || POR
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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 - Kiwai | Man's pubic shield / cover ~ Yadere-ere ~ shell and fiber.  H:  26.5 cm without the stand || POR
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Abelam people, East Sepik, Papua New Guinea - three ancirnt abelam shell rings.19th C
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Oceanic Arts Australia offers a selection of the finest tribal art and artifacts from Southeast Asia, the South Pacific and Australia. Our art selection includes Aboriginal Art, Asian Art, Papua New Guinea Art & more.

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 rings.19th C

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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

Papua New Guinea | Mount Hagen festival. Adornment Details.  Shells are the jewels of the papu, and the way they mix them or wear them makes them real jewels. Generally they do not want to sell them to tourists, as it is part of their pride.  |© Eric Lafforgue

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Kap Kap Ornament Yangoru Area Early 20th Century Yangoru Area East Sepik Province Papua New Guinea

Kap Kap Ornament Yangoru Area Early 20th Century Yangoru Area East Sepik Province Papua New Guinea

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Papua New Guinea | Pair of armbands from Kaiyan Village (near the moth of the Ramu River) | Natural fiber, shells, porcelain dogteeth and German glass trade beads | ca. 1930s | Sold

Papua New Guinea, armbands Kaiyan village (near mouth of Ramu River), ca. natural fibre, shells, porcelain dogteeth and German glass trade beads

Exchange Necklace (Bagi)  Date: 20th Century  Made At: Papua New Guinea  Medium: Spondylus shell, oyster shell, seed and fiber

Exchange Necklace (Bagi) Date: Century Made At: Papua New Guinea Medium: Spondylus shell, oyster shell, seed and fiber Dimensions: 81 in.

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moka kina from the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea, used in ritual exchange and worn as a pectoral

moka kina from the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea, used in ritual exchange and worn as a pectoral.

Billum bag  West Sepik, Papua New Guinea  22" wide, 14" high, including feathers  20th century

Billum bag West Sepik, Papua New Guinea wide, high, including feathers century

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.

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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.

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