Totally Original Merchandise
Press and fairs
A Kamba snuff bottle.
Elema drum, Papuan Gulf, Papua New Guinea. Late 19th C.
A display case of Zulu objects collected during the Boer War.
A carved rifle stock. Haida, North West Coast. Mid-late 19th C.
Two Ingessana throwing knives (sai). Sudan.
A Marupai ornament. Papuan Gulf. Papua New Guinea.
A leopard mask. Early 20th C. Possibly Tanzanian.
A turtle shell and wickerwork armband. Latmul, Central Sepik, Papua New Guinea.
A Japanese copper and mother of pearl walking stick. 19th C.
A horn pipe. Congo. 19th C.
An Igorot pipe. Northern Luzon, Philippines. Early 20th C
A brass Igorot pipe. Northern Luzon, Philippines. Early 20th C
An iron horse bit. Bauchi province Nigeria. 19th C.
A Chinese bamboo root, brass and copper pipe section.
A Kongo terracotta pipe bowl.
Three leather belts. Tibet.
A Yoruba Kola nut box in the form of a rabbit. Nigeria.
A Fijian tapa cloth.
A Zulu shield. 19th C.
A Balumbo pipe. Gabon.
A steatite pipe. Possibly Afghanistan.
A group of ten brass Ashanti goldweights 19th C.
A Hattam pipe. Arfak mountains. Papua New Guinea. 19th-early 20th C.
An Inuit seal skin pouch.
A Mangbetu ivory oliphant. Congo. Late 19th C.
A Nassa shell armband. Papua New Guinea.
A boar tusk currency bracelet. New Hebrides. Early-mid 20th C.
A Senufoheddle pulley. Ivory Coast.
A Rurutu Island spear club
A Tongan Apa’apai (coconut stalk).
A Senufo champion cultivator staff. Ivory Coast.
An Elema gope board, Papuan Gulf. Papua New Guinea. Late 19th C.
A Chokwe prestige Sceptre with Janus head figures.
Two Cameroon pipe bowls and a Native American pipe bowl.
A pottery turtle, Costa Rica. Probably pre-columbian.
A Zulu basket mug. “Very nice and water”
Two Xhosa women’s pipes.
A Zulu pipe with pewter inlay.
A Xhosa woman’s pipe.
An Ere Ibeji Figure. Abeokuta style, Egba region, Yoruba, late 19th C.
A Yoruba Eshu amulet.
A Yoruba cowrie shell ibori or Ile Ori and another miniature example.
A Kuba chiefs ointment or takula pot.
A Yaka slit drum. D.R. Congo.
A superb Dogon figure, carved using the natural form of the branch. Mali.
A mystery object. Possibly a back scratcher. Early 20th C.
An Abelam Cassowary bone dagger from the Maprik mountains
An Ifugao ladle and spoon. Phillipines. Ex Seward Kennedy collection.