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A very large food plate, Boiken people, Prince Alexander Mountains, East Sepik. Engraved motifs to base. Diameter 78 cm

A large food plate, Boiken people, Prince Alexander Mountains, East Sepik. Engraved motifs to base. Diameter 63 cm

A large 'Mona Kina' wealth Pectoral. A large 'Mona Kina' wealth Pectoral Wahgi Valley, Western Highlands, Papua New Guinea 60 cm x 51 cm

An Asmat canoe prow of large proportions. Asmat Region, West Papua; A/F. Provenance: Ex. Peter Hallinan collection #1451. Length 138 cm

A wall plaque of modest form, with incised pattern painted in natural ochres. April river, Sepik Region, Papua New Guinea. Length 122 cm

A Gope board, Papuan Gulf, Papua New Guinea. Length 169 cm

Two ancestral figures, middle Sepik river. Length 46 cm, 49 cm

Two Sepik ancestral figures, Sawos, middle Sepik. Length 33 cm, 40 cm

An Abelam wall plaque A/F; Maprik Region, Papua New Guinea. Length 96 cm

Eleven ebony figures, Massim, Trobriand Islands. Length 25 cm

Five figurative paddle finials, lower Sepik river, Papua New Guinea. Length 41 cm

Six figurative paddle finials, lower Sepik river, Papua New Guinea. Length 32 cm

Five betel Mortars, Sepik-Ramu Region, Papua New Guinea. Length 24 cm

Five betel Mortars, Sepik-Ramu Region, Papua New Guinea. Length 20 cm

Two prehistoric stone bowls Wahgi Valley, Western Highlands, Papua New Guinea. Collected 1960s by Australian patrol officer, Stan Tyler. Length 22 cm & 17 cm

Two food plates, Boiken people, Prince Alexander Mountains, East Sepik. Engraved to both bases. Diameter 33 cm & 35 cm

A food plate, Boiken people, Prince Alexander Mountains, East Sepik. Engraved turtle to base. Diameter 47 cm

A Ghena wealth spatula, Louisiade Archipelago, Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea. Length 31 cm

A Ghena wealth spatula Louisiane Archipelago, Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea. Length 25 cm

A bride price shell money ring ground clam shell with partial incised design on rim. Kwimbu village, Maprik area, Papua New Guinea

A suspension hook, middle Sepik Region, Papua New Guinea on custom stand

A Gope board, Papuan Gulf, Papua New Guinea some insect damage to top right edge

A Talipun or Bride Price shell, with woven clan crest. Yangaru area, Arapesh people, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea; with steel mount; A/F

A flute stopper wood with shell, dog teeth and fibre decoration. Yuat river, Sepik Region, Papua New Guinea

Group of 12 Papua New Guinea spears, including good carved & bone pointed on grass bound shafts. Some with original reed tip protectors. Collected mid 1950s. Length 135 cm (largest)

Gope Board. Of long flattened, ovoid form with intricate incised and raised decoration, coloured with red, black and white natural pigments. Dry patina. Papua New Guinea. Length 189 cm. Width 27 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Woven Crocodile. A woven cane body over modelling a small crocodile skull with clay eyes, inset with cowrie shells. Papua New Guinea. Length 105 cm. Width 18 cm.T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Huon Gulf Bowl. Of hollowed form, tapering to points at each end, rim decorated with stylised human figure with arm outstretched, flanked with serpent forms; the base highly detailed with two humanistic figures with raised features early, dry patina. Lengt

Huon Gulf Bowl. Of hollowed form, tapering to points at each end, rim and base decorated with stylised bird and fish figures; early, dry patina. Length 49 cm. Width 20 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Large Huon Gulf. Feasting Bowl Of hollowed form, tapering to points at each end, rim decorated with stylised human figure with arm outstretched, flanked with serpent forms; The base highly detailed with two humanistic figures with raised features early, dr

Bag of PNG shell and seed necklaces with a glomesh bag

Six Cassowary bone daggers, including: four from the Abelam area, one which is a very fine and old dagger with a spirit face, two are from the Asmat area with woven tops and cassowary and seeded ornamentation. 34 - 38 cm (6)

Two Sepik River ancestor figures, both of good form with traces of ochre and feather decorations. 36 cm, 46 cm (2)

Two finely woven Abelam Baba Tagwa masks, the Abelam and neighboring peoples of the Prince Alexander Mountains in the Sepik region of northeast New Guinea create several types of basketry masks. They include the type seen here, known in the Abelam language

Two fine old Abelam bird carvings, one a long beaked bird with fine ochre painted designs on a custom stand, the other made from bamboo and ochre painted decorations, used to present betel nut during important ceremonies. 55 cm, 70 cm

A finely woven basketry fish trap, unknown if Australian or New Guinea . 110 cm

A fine old Massim Ghena wealth spatula, 19th century; in the Louisiade Archipelago there are crescent-shaped wealth spatula made of wood and turtle shell and their primary purpose is to display a form of red shell money currency known as bagi. These wealth

Two Sepik River figures, both are sculptural fragments; left is off a neckrest and right is off a paddle. 18 cm, 24 cm (2)

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