Yam mask, tribal art, Oceanian art, basketry, Papua New Guinea, Oceanian art

Yam mask, tribal art, Oceanian art, basketry, Papua New Guinea, Oceanian art
Unfortunately, this item is no longer available.
Discover a selection of similar items.

Item offered for sale by

See the gallery
This description has been translated and may not be completely accurate. Click here to see the original

Yam mask collected in the village of Maprik in Papua New Guinea. Yam masks are used to disguise the most beautiful yams selected at harvest time. This basketwork mask represents the head of the yam, a very symbolic way of proving that these sacred tubers do indeed have a soul... Braided rush and natural pigments. Sold with a presentation base. Free Shipping.

Ref: PMOQ9525QG

Style Tribal Art (Oceanic Masks of Tribal Art Style)
Period 20th century (Oceanic Masks 20th century)
Country of origin Papua New Guinea
Width (cm) 35 cm
Height (cm) 43 cm
Materials Rattan - Wicker
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
Location 22700, louannec, France
Antikeo Buyer Guarantee

4 commitments to buy with confidence

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.