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Papua New Guinea- Mid 20th century. A striking and expertly carved male amulet figure with conical hat and large beak-like nose, the body decorated with revolving incised lines, left arm deliberately carved as broken.
A very beautiful and intriguing figure. Condition: In good overall condition, fine natural chocolate brown patina and minor age and use related flaws.Note: For similar amulet see Sotheby's Pacific Art from the collection of. Lots 48 and 69, date 13/05/2019.
By repute in the collection of the late Hans Schleger and thence by descent. Hans Schleger was born 1898 Germany, he.
Was a pioneering graphic designer who developed the idea of corporate identity and avid collector of antiquities and tribal art, his collection was amassed amongst other places, Sotheby's sales during the 1960's and 1970's. Certificate of Authenticity : Can be provided if requested. The item "Fine Provenance Amulet Figure Papua New Guinea" is in sale since Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic Antiques\Oceanian/Australasian".
The seller is "proto-cultures-art" and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.