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Coastal Sepik ancestor figure C.1930 carved wood with ochre pigment paint 102 cm (height)

Sepik river ceremonial decoration C.1960s carved wood and ochre pigment paint 128 x 82 cm

A Hornbill figure and mask Abelam people, Prince Alexander Mountains, East Sepik 40 cm x 23 cm & 66 cm x 29 cm

A 'Yina' figure, Nukuma people,. A 'Yina' figure, Nukuma people, Washkuk Hills, upper Sepik river 85 cm x 18 cm

An old middle Sepik basket hook finely carved with two opposing ancestral faces, mounted on steel stand. Length 61 cm

An ancestral carving in the form of an orators stool, with two figures and two crocodiles to base, Sepik river, Papua New Guinea; A/F. Height 79 cm

A Keram river figure, Sepik Region, Papua New Guinea on stand. Length 17 cm

A figure and two woven Headdresses, Abelam. Length 65 cm. Diameter 48 cm, 35 cm

A middle Sepik figure and two Yuat river figures. Length 46 cm, 52 cm, 29 cm

An Asmat figure, in classic form. West Papua. Height 69 cm

An Asmat figure in the form of a stylised praying mantis. West Papua. Height 34 cm

An ancestral figure, Blackwater river, Sepik Region, Papua New Guinea; damage to leg, A/F. Height 41 cm

A bark figure, Blackwater river, Sepik Region, Papua New Guinea

An ancestral figure, with woven cane head covering and tapa lap lap. Papuan Gulf, Papua New Guinea; with metal stands

An ancestral figure, Abelam area, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea with stand; A/F

A Yena figure wood with natural ochres and incised pattern verso, with custom stand. Washkuk area, upper Sepik Region, Papua New Guinea.

A Malangan bust finely carved with fibre decoration and shell eyes. New Ireland, Papua New Guinea.

An ancestral figure wood with ochre decoration. Middle Sepik Region, Papua New Guinea; A/F

Papua New Guinea Carved Paddle, length 147 cm. Provenance: The Estate of The Late Alida Haskins widow of Sam Haskins

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)

Two Papua New Guinea artefacts. Flute mask, Ramu Valley, Madang; standing male spirit figure, surmounted by bird, & with shell eyes. Wood, Ochre. Height 60 cm (figure)

Two ceremonial Papua New Guinea spears. One relief carved with lime, the other incised. Both have figure to ends. Length 180 cm (each)

Papua New Guinea Asmat ceremonial shield. Lime & ochre coloured reserves on a tapering form with grass tassels to edges. Carved head anthromorphic figured spine leading to handle verso. Height 171 cm

Papuan Gulf Club. Richly patinated palm wood club with openwork carving with red pigment and traces of lime. Length 111 cm. Width 8.5 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Papuan Gulf Club. Black patinated palm wood club with fine openwork carving with red pigment and traces of lime. Length 108 cm. Width 6.5 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection

Papuan Gulf Club. Black patinated palm wood club with fine openwork carving with red and white pigment and traces of lime. Length 102 cm. Width 6 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection

Hook Figure. Standing figure with raised decoration, inlaid shell eyes, Dry patina with traces of pigment. Papua New Guinea. Length 130 cm. Width 27 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Hook Figure. Standing figure with raised decoration, inlaid shell eyes and beard, Dry patina with traces of pigment. Papua New Guinea. Length 122 cm. Width 46 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection

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 decorated with stylised human figure with arm outstretched, flanked with serpent forms; Blackened early, dry patina with traces of lime infill to carving.. Height 72 cm. Width 31.5 cm. P

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

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 and face; Blackened dry patina with traces of lime infill to carving. Height 46.5 cm. Width 23 cm.

Massim Club. Tapering form, pierced holes for attachment at top, raised carving to handle. Light brown patina. Length 74 cm. Width 14 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Massim Carved Staff. Tubular shaft leading to a carved top. Blackened patina. Length 97 cm. Width 5 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Papuan Gulf Club. Black patinated palm wood club with fine openwork carving with red pigment and traces of lime. Length 122 cm. Width 7 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Two Swords, Toraja, South Sulawesi Highlands, Indonesia, (early twentieth century), carved wood, steel, rope and rattan, 65.4 cm; 66.3 cm long (2). Provenance: Collected in the field by Dr Peter Elliott, in the 1970s

A Standing Figure, Turama River, Papuan Gulf, Papua New Guinea, (early-mid twentieth century), carved hardwood and natural earth pigments, 146 cm high. Provenance: Bruce Seaman. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, in the late 1960s

A Standing Figure, Massim, Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea, (circa 1900), carved wood and natural earth pigments, 36 cm high. Provenance: Muriel Larner, Cairns. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, 1970. Exhibited: Art of Massim Region of Papua New

A Massim Club, Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea, (early twentieth century), carved hardwood and natural earth pigments, 63 cm long. Provenance: Muriel Larner, Cairns. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, 1970. Exhibited: Art of Massim Region of Papu

A Head Rest, Middle Sepik River, Papua New Guinea, (mid twentieth century), carved wood, natural earth pigments and fibres, 88 cm high. Provenance: Bruce Seaman. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, in the early 1960s

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