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Fiji kava bowl, with smooth patina mounted on multiple rounded leg supports. Fiji islands. Diameter 33 cm. Height 12 cm

Fijian Gunstock club. Length 92 cm. Provenance: Collection of Keith St. Cartmail

Fijian ula throwing club, I ula drisia type with ball head. The grip section with tavatava zig zag notching, broken at the end. Length 38 cm. Provenance: Collection of Keith St. Cartmail

Fijian ula throwing club, I ula drisia type with ball head. The grip section with tavatava zig zag notching. Length 42 cm. Provenance: Collection of Keith St. Cartmail

Fijian carved Priest dish. Carved handle. Length 30 cm

Two early Fijian Bowai pole clubs, 18/19th century, [2], both of the highest aesthetic quality, both carved from hardwood and extremely straight with exceptional form flaring towards the striking end & also at the grip which is covered in fine & deeply inc

Three Fiji Kiakavo clubs, 19th century, [3], these three fine examples are all made from hardwood and of good form, one has the very unusual butt that is definitely in the shape of a phallus. Provenance: Todd Barlin collection. 99 cm, 85 cm, 100 cm

A collection of five Fijian Ula throwing clubs, all 18/19th century, [5], includes four ball headed clubs (one with human tooth inlay). All have finely carved tavatava designs on the handles and another Ula with Lobbed head and serrated edged inlay to bott

A Fijian Kiakavo club, 18/19th century, finely carved from a single piece of hardwood, the striking section with raised detail and very old patina. Provenance: Robert Henry Pulleine (1869-1935), physician and naturalist, was born on 7 June 1869 at Picton,

Fiji or Tonga, painted bark tapa cloth, late-20th century, 128 x 108cm

A kava bowl 'Na Rova'. A kava bowl 'Na Rova' West Coast of Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu. Length 90 cm

Fijian Pounder. Double tapered shaft with a rich dark patina. Length 840 cm. Width 6.5 cm

Fijian Tapa Pounder. Grooves carved into three of four sides. Length 40 cm. Width 5 cm

Fijian Tapa Pounder. Grooves and diagonal hatching carved into three of four sides. Length 36 cm. Width 4.8 cm

Fijian War Club totokia. Classic form with white substance impressed into carving at head. Length 95 cm, W13 cm

Fijian War Club totokia. Classic form with white substance impressed into carving at head. Flax woven handle and coloured string decoration above. Length 83 cm. Width 9.5 cm

Fijian Club Ula. Type of throwing or missile club with medium-brown, rich patina. Height 35 cm. Width 10 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Fijian Club Ula. Type of throwing or missile club with medium-brown, rich patina. Height 41 cm. Width 8 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence

Fijian Club Ula. Type of throwing or missile club with medium-brown, rich patina. Height 37.5 cm. Width 11 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Fijian Club Ula. Type of throwing or missile club with medium-brown, rich patina. Height 41 cm. Width 12 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Fijian Club Ula. Very rare type of throwing or missile club with medium-brown, rich patina. Height 36 cm. Width 7 cm. T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Fijian Club Ula. Type of throwing or missile club with medium-brown, rich patina. Height 45 cm. Width 10 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Fijian Club Ula. Type of throwing or missile club with medium-brown, rich patina. Height 39 cm. Width 8 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Fijian Club Ula, Type of throwing or missile club with medium-brown, rich patina. Height 45 cm. Width 12 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Fijian Kava Bowl. Rising from four short, tapering, cylindrical legs, the bowl with fine, delicate, ovoid form, and a rectangular lug pierced through; varied rich, layered, redbrown patina. Height 7 cm, Dia.52 cm

Fijian Kava Bowl. Rising from four short, tapering, cylindrical legs, the bowl with fine, delicate, ovoid form, and a triangular lug pierced through; varied rich, layered, red-brown patina. Height 15 cm, Dia.41.5 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New

Rare Fijian Club Madrali. A rare form with raised cone shaped nubbins on the top portion of the club which represent limpet shells or madrali the handle is deeply carved with a leaf shaped designs, six kill marks visible to shaft. Mid brown patina showing

Early Fijian Rootstock Club. The rootstock of the tree forming the head of the club, the handle incised with zigzag design. Fine reddishbrown patina. Length 111 cm. Width 9 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Early Fijian Club, of well-balanced proportion. Orthodox incurve at top. Rich redbrown patina. Length 98 cm. Width 16 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Fijian Club. Kiakavo of well-balanced proportion. Orthodox rough incurve at top. Superb rich dark patina. Length 82.6 cm. Width 22.2 cm

Fine Fijian Club. Gata Classic form, well balanced and finely carved detailing to handle. Early deep rich patina. Length 99 cm. Width 14 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Early Fijian Club. Classic form, with a highly carved shaft weathered aged head and a soft and rich red-brown patina. Length 92 cm. Width 17 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, NZ

Fijian Club. Kiakavo of well-balanced proportion. Orthodox rough incurve at top. Handle fully bound with sennit. Superb mid-brown patina. Length 98 cm. Width 22 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

Fine Fijian Club. Gata Classic form, well balanced and finely carved detailing to handle and head. Early deep rich patina. Length 94 cm. Width 13 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, NZ

Early Fijian Rootstock Club. The rootstock of the tree forming the head of the club, the handle incised with zigzag design and dot patterns to head. Fine reddish-brown patina. Length 109 cm. Width 10 cm. Provenance: T. Clemence Collection, New Zealand

A fine Fijian Totokai Club, 19th century. Provenance: Collected by Dr William Bromilow, Methodist missionary in Fiji (1879-1889), & then by direct family descent. Bromilow penned an account of his missionary life 'Twenty Years Among Primitive Papuans' publ

A group of 3 rifle stock clubs, Fiji, 19th & early 20th century. The longest 91 cm.

Two Whales Teeth, Probably Fiji (circa 1900), whales tooth, 18 cm; 11 cm long

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