Sepik people, Paouasie Nouvelle-guinée, Carved Wood Sago Spatula.

20th century
Tribal Art
From: 37000, TOURS, France

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    Papua New Guinea, Sepik people of Lake Murik, Angoram district, 1950s/1960s, very attractive carved wooden sago spatula with a stylized crocodile head on one end of the handle and a human face on the other. A fine folk art object used to stir boiling water when sago flour is poured in to make jelly.
    Height 42.8 cm (43.2 cm with the modern base custom-made for this piece).
    Good condition, except for some minor wear, which is normal and unimportant.
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    Ref: JH5296VRCN

    Condition Good
    Style Tribal Art (Oceanic Common and rituals objects of Tribal Art Style)
    Period 20th century (Oceanic Common and rituals objects 20th century)
    Country of origin Papua New Guinea
    Height (cm) 42,8 cm
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
    Location 37000, TOURS, France
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