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Indonesia | Earring from the Dayak people of Bornea | Brass | Such earrings were worn by men, originally headhunters | 350€ ~ Sold

Indonesia | Earring from the Dayak people of Bornea | Brass | Such earrings were worn by men, originally headhunters | 350€ ~ Sold

Rare genuine Dayak Headhunters Sword Sarawak Borneo - Antique more than 100 years old

Rare genuine Dayak Headhunters Sword Sarawak Borneo - Antique more than 100 years old

Borneo Tattoo Kit;Needle,Tapper,Ink Stamp Set-Dayak Iban Carved Bone Rainforest Indigenous Traditional Tattoo Body Art Kalimantan,Indonesia by BorneoHunters on Etsy

Borneo Tattoo Kit;Needle,Tapper,Ink Stamp Set-Dayak Iban Carved Bone Rainforest Indigenous Traditional Tattoo Body Art Kalimantan,Indonesia by BorneoHunters on Etsy

DAYAK CARVED: HEAD HUNTING HUMAN TROPHY #9  SKULL WITH TWO BRASS EARRINGS + RATTAN LASHING  HAND CARVED HUMAN BONE  THE DAYAK TRIBE, FROM BORNEO ISLAND  INDONESIA, CARVE DESIGNS INTO THE SKULLS  OF THEIR HEADHUNTED VICTIMS AND INSERT WOODEN FIGURES.

DAYAK CARVED: HEAD HUNTING HUMAN TROPHY #9 SKULL WITH TWO BRASS EARRINGS + RATTAN LASHING HAND CARVED HUMAN BONE THE DAYAK TRIBE, FROM BORNEO ISLAND INDONESIA, CARVE DESIGNS INTO THE SKULLS OF THEIR HEADHUNTED VICTIMS AND INSERT WOODEN FIGURES.

British Museum - Skull of a rhinoceros hornbill, Locality unknown, around 1750

British Museum - Skull of a rhinoceros hornbill, Locality unknown, around 1750

Alat musik sape' Dayak

Alat musik sape' Dayak

Rhinoceros Hornbill stamps - mainly images - gallery format

Rhinoceros Hornbill stamps - mainly images - gallery format

Rhinoceros Hornbill - Borneo, Sumatra, Java, Malay Peninsula, Singapore and S.Thailand

Rhinoceros Hornbill - Borneo, Sumatra, Java, Malay Peninsula, Singapore and S.Thailand

A Kenyah man tattooed in the custom of the Ibans

A Kenyah man tattooed in the custom of the Ibans

Jungle Kingdom: Borneos Dayak warriors had a fierce reputation. Aimee Crocker, "And I'd Do It Again" : "Then I suddenly heard a weird, strange piping...It was the 'Kanjor Dodo,' the flute of the head-dance. It meant that the entire tribe would be inflamed into a state of fanaticism by the dance of death...that only a human head could satisfy the religious lust which the flute was fanning."

Jungle Kingdom: Borneos Dayak warriors had a fierce reputation. Aimee Crocker, "And I'd Do It Again" : "Then I suddenly heard a weird, strange piping...It was the 'Kanjor Dodo,' the flute of the head-dance. It meant that the entire tribe would be inflamed into a state of fanaticism by the dance of death...that only a human head could satisfy the religious lust which the flute was fanning."