Papua New Guinea

Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea


Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea
Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea
Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea
Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea
Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea
Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea
Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea
Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea

Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea    Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea

Bâton finement sculpté servant à atteindre la chaux au fond d'un récipient en calebasse ou bambou. Humecté de salive, le bâton enduit de chaux sera alors porté à la bouche.

Chaux, noix d'arec (ou bétel) et gousses de moutardier forment ainsi un mélange de mastication servant notamment de coupe faim (salive rouge sang). Dessins tribaux gravés typiques de l'ethnie Abelam.

Evocation d'une tête de cacatoès en partie haute. Lime stick serving for reaching the lime at the bottom of a bowl in gourd or bamboo. Entirely carved with typical tribal patterns from Abelam people.

Cocatoo head referred on top part. DECOUVREZ NOS FILMS ET PHOTOS DE COLLECTE /. FIND OUR FILM AND FIELD PICTURES. => Copy : "FACEBOOK ARTIFACT Art Tribal Océanien". => Copy : "COMPILATION" sur you tube (David GODREUIL). The item "Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea" is in sale since Thursday, February 11, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic\Pacific Islands & Oceania". The seller is "art-tribal-oceanien" and is located in Louannec. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  1. Material: Bone
  2. Original/Reproduction: Original

Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea    Os sculpté, carved tool, oceanic art, primitive art, Papua New guinea