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Kove Shield
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Object description :

"Kove Shield"
Kove Shield, Kimbé area, from the village of Naurawe in New Britain (Papua New Guinea) Consisting of three parts of wood connected by rush, the whole is engraved with circular and wavy pattern typical of the region. The shield has been repainted with Western paintings (red, green and silver) Collected on the spot by a collector in the 80s This type of shield is little known because the region of its provenance has been very little explored unlike the region where we find Arawé shields of the same construction but thicker and less dense wood. This shield served.
Price : 1600 €
Period:20th Century
Style:Tribal Art
Condition : Etat d'usage

Material : Bois peint
Width : 28
Height : 126
Depth : 7

Reference : 327377
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