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A Kalimantan Dayak paddle Borneo, Indonesia. Length 105 cm

A Dayak rice Cutter on stand. Borneo, Indonesia. Length 18 cm

A Dayak brass hat ornament Borneo, Indonesia.. Diameter 11.5 cm

A Mat Weaving tool horn with steel implement. Borneo, Indonesia. Length 19 cm

A Dayak knife wood handle with steel blade. Borneo, Kalimantan, Indonesia. Length 37 cm

Native Borneo carved storage canister on stand, 58 cm wide

Dayak Shield. The pointed lozenge shaped shield strengthened with rattan banding, the reverse with shaped grip decorated with carved lizard forms. Blackened patina. Length 108 cm. Width 29.5 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

A Mask, Modang, Bahau Dayak, Indonesia, (late nineteenth century), carved wood, 21.5 cm high. Provenance: Sulawesi Art, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott

A Hudoq Mask, Bahau Dayak, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, (twentieth century), carved wood and pigment, 25 cm high

A Monkey Mask, Kenyah Dayak, Central West Kalimantan, Indonesia, (early twentieth century), carved wood, 26.2 cm high. Provenance: Sulawesi Art, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott

A Pig Mask, Bayau, Kayan Dayak, Indonesia, (late nineteenth century), carved wood, rattan binding and pigments, 22.3 cm long. Provenance: Special Timor Primitive, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, in 1990, For related examples see: Michael Hep

A Pig Mask, Bahau Dayak, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, (mid twentieth century), carved wood and pigment, 58 cm high. Provenance: Sukawesi Art, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott

A Pig Mask, Bayau, Kayan Dayak, Indonesia, (early twentieth century), carved wood, rattan binding and pigments, 52 cm long. Provenance: Private Collection, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, in 1988-1989, For related examples see: Michael Heppe

A Mask, Kandangan Village, Modang Dayak, Indonesia, (mid twentieth century), carved wood and pigment, 35.5 cm high. Provenance: Bulan Art, Bail. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, in 1977

A Hudoq Mask, Bahau Dayak, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, (mid twentieth century), carved wood and pigment, 42 cm high. Provenance: Robbie Bennett Exhibition, Bondi, Sydney. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott

A Dart Quiver (tolor), Sampit Village, Dayak Bahau, Indonesia, (mid twentieth century), carved wood and rattan, 27 cm long

A Dart Quiver (tolor), Modang Dayak, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, (early twentieth century), carved wood and rattan, 35.3 cm long

A Dart Quiver (tolor), Sempet Village, Dayak Bahau, Indonesia, (early-mid twentieth century), carved wood and rattan, 35.3 cm long

A Dart Quiver (tolor), Kenyah Dayak, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia, (circa 1900), carved wood and rattan, 41 cm long. Provenance: Sulawesi Arts, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott

A Dart Quiver (tolor), Kenyah Dayak, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia, (early-mid twentieth century), carved wood and rattan, 33.5 cm long. Provenance: Surmani Art, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott

A Mandau Hilt, Dayak, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, (early twentieth century), carved wood and rattan, 19 cm high

A Knife (Mandau), Dayak, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, (early twentieth century), carved wood, steel, hair, bone and rattan

Early Borneo brass & wood betel nut set. 6 pieces, incl. Brass bound wooden storage box. Height 23 cm (box)

Malaysian Sarawak Dayak storage Tube with stopper. C.1950s. Used for storing the metal fighting spurs for cock-fighting, with stand. Reference: L'Art du Sud-Est Asien, Barbier J-P, p.115-117, 1980. Provenance: Lawson's Auctions, 1981 Primitive Art Auction

Indonesian Kalimantan Modang Dayak Message Tube with carved stopper. C. First half 20th C, with stand. Reference L'Art du Sud-Est Asien, Barbier J-P, p.115-117, 1980. Provenance: R Franklin, 1978; Lawson's Auctions, 1981 Primitive Art Auction Lot 215B; Wil

Jack Sue's belt buckle. These high quality adjustable canvass belt buckles were standard issue for Z members behind enemy lines in British north Borneo

A Japanese container. the wording on the lid of this container is in poem form believed to be of good wishes and fortune. It was collected by Jack Sue during Operation Agas in British north Borneo 1945. Height 4 cm

Three Dayak objects, including a bronze offering plate, figural food plate and figural neck rest. The offering plate, 29 cm diameter

A Dayak seated ancestor figure, large round eyes, straight nose above a diamond shaped mouth, showing teeth, stylised earrings reaching shoulders, 55.5 cm high

A Borneo ceremonial tattoo kit, Ikat tribe c.1940 44 x 10 x 13 cm

A highly decorative war shield, probably from Borneo, carved from a single slab of wood, of 'propeller' form with two blades issuing from a central boss, all carved in high relief with curvilinear tendrils, the uppermost blade surmounted by a seated figure

Two Dayak toy shields of wood with bell attachments 31 cm, 22 cm

A Dayak blow pipe dart quiver including darts of composite form bamboo and hardwood bound with cane, 40 cm

A ceremonial spirit boat of wood with open work terminals, Borneo 100 cm

Four various strings of 'Trading beads', from Borneo and Kalimantan

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