Kalam tribe, Papua New Guinea in Jimmy Nelson's photo serie "Before they pass away"
Drums of Papua New Guinea.
ELÉMENT SCULPTÉ D'UN POTEAU BIS, AIRE ASMAT, PAPOUASIE NOUVELLE-GUINÉE CARVED ELEMENT FROM A BIS POST, ASMAT AREA, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Old nice batak mandau sword from borneo- dagger-knife
Dayak Head Hunting Shield
INDO585: Dayak Painted Shield from tribal art dealer Erik Farrow
Indonesian Beadwork, Kenyah-Kayan Dayak group, East Kalimantan or Upper Mahakam river area, Borneo, Indonesia. Earrly or mid-20th century (13x7cm) #dayak #indonesia
Ancestral poles from the Asmat Regency of Papua (Indonesia) | These bish (bisj) poles are made for a bish ceremony - a death ritual that continues for several days. The persons carved on the poles are villages who have recently died. | Few survive as traditionally, these bish poles are thrown into the swap after the ceremony | ca. 1954 or earlier | Wood
DAYAK IBAN HAND MADE BEADED HAT DAVID HOWARD TRIBAL ART DAYAK IBAN HAND MADE…
Asmat bisj poles, Buepis village, Fajit River, Casuarina Coast, Irian Jaya, Melanesia, early to mid-20th century.