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Raccanello Tribal Art

Lover and dealer of Tribal Art, particularly Oceanic. Having travelled extensively around New Zealand and visited Australia,The Cook Islands and sailed from…
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Marcus Raccanello
Marcus Raccanello
Marcus Raccanello
Marcus Raccanello
19th Century Fijian Yaqona bowl. 19th Century, Bowl
London, Wien, Oceanic Art, Raccanello, Art, Aboriginal, Polynesia
19th Century Fijian Yaqona bowl.
Marcus Raccanello
Marcus Raccanello
San Francisco 2018 , great place to exhibit and fair Cook Islands, Great Places, New Zealand, Sailing, San Francisco
London, Wien, Oceanic Art, Raccanello, Art, Aboriginal, Polynesia
San Francisco 2018 , great place to exhibit and fair
Marcus Raccanello
Marcus Raccanello
These are fijan tools that they used in war. Fijian clubs were the most cherished personal possessions of the Fijian warrior Club Weapon, Primitive, Club Tattoo, Art Tribal, Maori Art, Island Art, Sticks And Stones, Historical Pictures, South Pacific
Fiji
These are fijan tools that they used in war. Fijian clubs were the most cherished personal possessions of the Fijian warrior
A Fine Fijian War Club 'Gata' complete with it's sennit binding (1800 to 1900). "These Gata clubs represent the wide open jaws of the pacific Boa snake 'Gata' . A characteristic of the finer Gata clubs are the roughly carved parallel grooves on the upper inner side as on this example . These are deliberately made by carving with stone tools into the growing Ironwood sapling before it is harvested and fashioned into a club. The sharp edge of this club was designed to break bones." Arte Tribal, Martial Arts Weapons, Arms And Armour, Prehistory, Ancient Artifacts, Wooden Hand, Aboriginal Art, Cold Steel
A Fine Fijian War Club 'Gata' complete with it's sennit binding
A Fine Fijian War Club 'Gata' complete with it's sennit binding (1800 to 1900). "These Gata clubs represent the wide open jaws of the pacific Boa snake 'Gata' . A characteristic of the finer Gata clubs are the roughly carved parallel grooves on the upper inner side as on this example . These are deliberately made by carving with stone tools into the growing Ironwood sapling before it is harvested and fashioned into a club. The sharp edge of this club was designed to break bones."
Tewhatewha - Google Search Antique Furniture, Weapons, Fine Jewelry, Cleaning Tools, Antiques, Stone, Feathers
Tewhatewha - Google Search
Hope to see you at Tribal Art London London, Art, Hope
Hope to see you at Tribal Art London
Marcus Raccanello
Marcus Raccanello
Early 20th Century Aboriginal Wunda Shield Early 20th Century, Shield, Painting, Painting Art, Paintings
Early 20th Century Aboriginal Wunda Shield
raccanello tribal art - Google Search Art Google, Google Search, Cooking, Kitchen, Brewing, Cuisine, Cook
raccanello tribal art - Google Search
Priest’s dish Z 3423 | MAA Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Anthropology, Priest, Archaeology, Side Table, Museum
Priest’s dish Z 3423
Priest’s dish Z 3423 | MAA Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Tsimshian Face Mask. polychrome wood. Northwestern America. Art Inuit, Northwest Coast Indians, Pacific Northwest, Native American Masks, Ethnographic Art, Art Premier, Art Africain
Northwest Coast Masks and Baskets, Western Art Collector, Symbols of the Land
Tsimshian Face Mask. polychrome wood. Northwestern America.
Early 19th Century Maori Chief Tewhatewha. Very good condition, lovely brown patina, almost certainly used in conflict early on, then used ceremonially considering marks on staff. Beautifully carved motif. Very old script written on side. Artwork Ideas, Sculpture Ideas, Chief, Art Work, Mythology
Early 19th Century Maori Chief Tewhatewha. Very good condition, lovely brown patina, almost certainly used in conflict early on, then used ceremonially considering marks on staff. Beautifully carved motif. Very old script written on side.
Marcus Raccanello
Marcus Raccanello
Lower Sepik/Ramu Mask Ancestor Mask, 1920’s. L51cms, W15cms. Ex German collection then Loed and Mia van Bussel from Amsterdam, who pioneered collecting of New Guinea art and assembled one of the world’s top collections. A wonderfully carved mask portraying an unusual grimace. A carved face featuring a body of a crocodile culminating in stylized Ramu head, stylised nose and a mouth with carved teeth.The bottom of the mask finishing with a perched bird on chin. Van, People, Carving, Dance, Masks, Crocodile, Chin, Mask
Lower Sepik/Ramu Mask Ancestor Mask, 1920’s. L51cms, W15cms. Ex German collection then Loed and Mia van Bussel from Amsterdam, who pioneered collecting of New Guinea art and assembled one of the world’s top collections. A wonderfully carved mask portraying an unusual grimace. A carved face featuring a body of a crocodile culminating in stylized Ramu head, stylised nose and a mouth with carved teeth.The bottom of the mask finishing with a perched bird on chin.
Marcus Raccanello
Marcus Raccanello
Early 20th Century Aboriginal Woomera Aboriginal Culture, Spear Thrower, Childhood Art, Wunderkammer, Aussie
Early 20th Century Aboriginal Woomera
Marcus Raccanello
Marcus Raccanello