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A Balinese carved and painted spur case, 20th century, with steel spur, 21.5 cm high. Provenance: Kt Reten, Bali Antiques, Bali, 1980

A Bird Mask, Nepal (nineteenth century), carved wood and pigment, 21 cm high. Provenance: Shakya, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott

A Mask, Java, Indonesia, (nineteenth century), carved wood, 17 cm high. Provenance: Kt Reten, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, in the 1970

A Mask, Dirum Village, Belu, West Timor, (nineteenth century), carved wood, 20.1 cm high. Provenance: Special Timor Primitive, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, in the 1980s

A Mask, Mollo Village, North Timor, Indonesia, (early twentieth century), carved wood with hair, 20 cm high. Provenance: Special Timor Primitive, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott

A Mask, Oenlasi Village, East Timor, Indonesia, (nineteenth century), carved wood, 17.2 cm high. Provenance: Dennis Shop, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott

A Lute (hasapi), Toba Batak, North Sumatra, Indonesia, (mid twentieth century), carved wood, 69.3 cm long. Provenance: Sulawesi Arts, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, in 1990

A Drum, Kodi, West Sumba, Indonesia, (circa 1930), carved wood, animal hide and rattan, 41 cm high. Provenance: Private Collection, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott

An Early Lute (hasapi), Toba Batak, North Sumatra, Indonesia, (nineteenth century), carved wood, string and pigments, 72.6 cm long. Provenance: Sulawesi Arts, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, in 1998, The extremity in form of bird. Body intri

A Carved Monkey, Kodi Village, West Sumba, Indonesia, (early-mid twentieth century), carved hardwood and pigments, 28.6 cm high. Provenance: Bulan Art, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, in the mid 1990s

A Carved Coconut Shell, Bali, Indonesia, (early-mid twentieth century), coconut shell, 11 cm high. Provenance: Kt Reten, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, in the 1980s

A Kris Handle and a Horn, Bali, Indonesia, (early-mid twentieth century), carved hardwood, 10.5 cm; 11.7 cm long (2). Provenance: Rt Reten, Bali, Gift from the above

Three Kris Handles, South Sumatra (early twentieth century), carved hardwood, 9.8 cm; 9.7 cm; 12.6 cm long (3). Provenance: Donald Friend, Bali (gifted 1970s);, Palembang bazaar, Indonesia (1970s) (previous cat. no. 54W&B)

Three Kris Handles, Bali, Indonesia, (mid twentieth century), carved hardwood, 11.5 cm; 10.5 cm; 9 cm long (3)

A Kris Handle, Lombok, Indonesia, (early-mid twentieth century), carved hardwood, 13 cm long. Provenance: Kt Reten, Bali. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, in the 1970s

Six old kris handles from Java and Bali, 19th century; 'My collection of Kris handles was started in 1985 and I bought many of the first ones from Daeng Iskander, an important Art Dealer in Bali who helped Barbier Mueller build his Indonesian Art collectio

An old and finely carved betel nut accessory box, Flores Island, Indonesia, 19th century; the hardwood box with finely incised geometric and abstract designs over the entire surface except for the bottom and short legs. Provenance: Purchased from Daeng Isk

An ancestor figure, Atoni or Tetum people, West Timor, Indonesia; ancestor figure [ai bahat] early 20th century; in Timor, tattoos signal identity and status. Their talismanic qualities protect the living and the soul after death. He is incised with intric

Old carved wooden figure of a seated man, decorated with bone. Titled Bali, Lombok & Semoyang. Approx 64 cm high

A pair of vintage Bali marriage figures, each approx 20 cm high (2)

Bali Horse & priest scene. Vegetable pigment on cotton

Wayan Suporto Harvesting, Jamon Ubud, Bali, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 75 x 60.5 cm

Bali girl, oil on board, signed lower left. 71 cm x 49 cm

A gilded copper Balinese Kris Hilt. Bali, Indonesia, height 13.5 cm, including stand 20.5 cm. The hilt is in the form of the Hindu deity Bayu,the God of the Winds, the father of Bhimaand the spiritual father of Lord Hanuman. Bayuis holding a mirror in his

An ivory Balinese Kris hilt, Bali, Indonesia, 19th century. 11 cm high, including stand 16.5 cm high. The hilt is in the form of araksasa (demon) Pratima, superbly carved with intricate detail, with one arm raised behind his back ready to strike. In Hindu

Bali, ceremonial Textile, silk, cotton and metal thread. This long violet-coloured panel features a repeated pattern arranged in a grid with an eight-pointed star and tendril motif interspersed with rosettes in dark purple, orange, green and silver threads

Bali, ceremonial Textile, supplementary weft weave. Pink body decorated with cockerel, serpent and tree motif in purple, orange, white and green weft patterns, 282 x 82.5 cm

North Bali, ceremonial lower garment / wrap (Saput Songket or Kampuh Songket), silk, silver thread, cotton, supplementary weft weave. Checked pattern with star motifs in silver and pink weft patterns. Balinese aristocrats of the early twentieth century are

Bali, lower garment (Saput Songket), silk, gold and silver thread, supplementary weft weave. The pink body of this silk cloth has been decorated with weft ikat in a pattern of flowers, vines and scrolls. The borders are decorated with a tumpal (triangle) d

Bali, Cepuk, cotton, natural dyes, weft ikat. Background of deep red, with a geometric weft ikat design set within a framing structure of stripes, bands and ikat sections. The flower pattern in the centre is made up of vertical rows of lozenges, 113 x 79 c

Possibly Jingdezhen, covered pot, decorated in green and red enamels on whitish glaze with deer in central band and floral scroll pattern on shoulder. The decorative metal base and lid were made in Bali, 24 cm height

Bali, handle, buffalo horn modelled in the form of a mythological beast, 10.5 cm height

Kamasan, Bali, Demon General, flag (Kober), early 20th century, pigment on European cotton cloth, 82 x 36 cm

Kamasan, Bali, Demon General, flag (Kober), c1920s, pigment on European cotton cloth, 65 x 65 cm

Kamasan, Bali, Laksmana, flag (Kober), c1920s, pigment on European cotton cloth, 67 x 65 cm. Other notes: rectangular flags (kober) are produced in pairs with the same image on both sides, so a pair of flags consists of four pieces of painted cloth. They u

Bali, 210-day calendar (Tika), ink and pigments on cloth, 90 x 190 cm. Other notes: a visual representation of the Balinese 210-day calendar (pawukon). The grid in the top left consists of vertical columns to indicate the days of the week, each box is fill

Kamasan, Bali, Arjunawiwaha, Tabing, 1930s, pigment on European cotton cloth, 144 x 164 cm. Other notes: This painting depicts the story of the nymphs sent to tempt Arjuna and disrupt his meditations on the orders of Indra and the other Gods

Kamasan, Bali, star calendar (Palelintangan), Tabing, early 20th century, pigment on Balinese cotton cloth, 211 x 138 cm. Other notes: the Balinese calendar integrates the Indian-derived lunar (saka) calendar with an indigenous system of weekly cycles (wuk

Possibly Batuan, Bali, Arjunawiwaha, Ider-Ider, mid 20th century, pigment on European cotton cloth, 28 x 208 cm. Other notes: the scenes depicted on this cloth begin with the (invisible) Arjuna overseeing Suprabha's seduction of Niwatakawaca, followed by A

Kamasan, Bali, Bima Swarga, Ider-Ider, 1930s, pigment on European cotton cloth, 18 x 206 cm. Other notes: This cloth depicts scenes from the Mahabharata relating the journey of Bima to the afterlife to rescue the souls of his father Pandu and stepmother Ma

Kamasan, Bali, Ramayana, Ider-Ider, 1970s, pigment on European cotton cloth, 29 x 290 cm. Other notes: This painting depicts the capture of Sita by Rawana in the guise of an old man, witnessed by the powerful bird Jatayu who attempts to prevent the kidnap

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