Cult figure, tribal art, oceanic art, Sepik, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, sculpture

Cult figure, tribal art, oceanic art, Sepik, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, sculpture
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Minja" cult figure collected in the Washkuk Mountains region of Papua New Guinea. The Minja figure represents a water spirit and is synonymous with fertility. Symbolizing the period of yam growth in the earth, this figure is used to celebrate the harvest of these sacred tubers in a second ceremony of a three-part cycle. Wood and remnants of natural pigments. Base on request only. 106 x 29 cm / 480€ shipping included.

Ref: IFWJLTD526

Style Tribal Art (Oceanic Statues, Carving, Cult Figures of Tribal Art Style)
Period 20th century (Oceanic Statues, Carving, Cult Figures 20th century)
Country of origin Papua New Guinea
Width (cm) 29 cm
Height (cm) 106 cm
Materials Wood
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
Location 22700, louannec, France
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