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Papua New Guinea Latmul large ancestor mask. Ovoid form, bird figure headdress, and shell inset eyes. Length 116 cm

A fine New Britain mask, PNG, of conical shape with elaborate feather headdress, designs painted in black on a white back ground, shell and fibre ear ornaments and wood a nose ornament. Provenance: Collected by Peter Hallinan (1938-2015). Peter was a well-

A fine Eastern Highlands figure with fine body ornaments & a feather headdress, for similar examples refer to the Stan Moriarty collection at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. His collection was exhibited in 'Plumes && pearl shells, Art o

A ceremonial headdress, Wahgi Valley, Western Highlands Province, finely made from bark cloth and resin over a cane frame, decorated with croix seeds, shells, feathers and ochre painted. This type of headdress was unique to the Wahgi Valley clans. See simi

A ceremonial headdress, Wahgi Valley, Western Highlands Province, finely made from bark cloth and resin over a cane frame, decorated with croix seeds, shells, feathers and ochre painted. This type of headdress was unique to the Wahgi Valley clans. See simi

Nine superb feather headdress, Eastern Highlands Provence, [9], finely woven with beautiful feather work. Provenance: Collected by Peter Hallinan (1938-2015). Peter was a well-known and respected field collector of New Guinea Art. (see field photo of Peter

Two fine feather ornaments from New Guinea , together with a rare green iridescent beatle headband, [3], finely woven and with beautifully coloured feathers. Provenance: Collected by Peter Hallinan (1938-2015). Peter was a well-known and respected field co

Four Papua New Guinea artifacts comprising a cassowary mounted ceremonial head-dress, a club, a carved figure and a carved ceremonial horn

Headdress, 'Judge's wig', Wahgi Valley, Papua New Guinea Highlands. 68 cm

A woven cane dance head-dress Sepik Region, Papua New Guinea 46 cm

A fabric and cane dance head-dress, Papuan Gulf Region, Papua New Guinea, 57 cm

A woven, Papuan Gulf head-dress 63 cm

Papua New Guinea invitation headdress. Earth pigments on palm spath construction. Height 145 cm

Papua New Guinea headdress hat. Made with hair; original yellow beads. Width 40 cm

A Papuan headdress ornament (kap kap) in the form of a circular dish-shaped shell plaque with a finely carved openwork turtle shell disc attached with fibre and with an old button of European manufacture securing it; an old native repair to the disc sectio

A rare Vokeo Island ceremonial headdress, the wood ancestor mask in classic stylised form, below a tapering woven cane frame with detachable apex decorated with projecting dog tooth ornaments, earth overmold, polychrome pigments, Papua New Guinea, 90 x 44

An Abelam ceremonial headdress, of wood, the ancestor visage in relief to anterior below an openwork apex of a bird of paradise motif, decorated with polychrome pigments, Papua New Guinea, 94 x 28 cm Provenance: from the Dr. David S. Johnson collection of

An Highlands Bridal headdress, the openwork shell embroided woven fibre ornament with shell and seed bead tassels, Papua New Guinea, 23 x 20 cm

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