Papua New Guinea Wood Bowl Keram River
This is beautiful Carved Old Wood burnished Food feasting Ceremonial bowl from the Upper Keram River of Papua New Guinea, which is a tributary of the Sepik River. These feasting and ceremonial bowls are used on special occasions to serve pudding known as Pollom and Yams. Not only is this style bowl being used during ceremonial village feasts, but is is an essential part of the traditional bride price. Has a nice patina and would be fabulous piece for your table and to display in your home or your collection. Late 20th-Century Shows Natural age and wear 19 Inches Long 4.5 Inches Tall 7 3/4 Inches Wide AT BACARA WE STAND BEHIND ALL OF OUR MERCHANDISE.
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- Color: Dark Wood Tone
- Style: Pacific Islands & Oceania
- Maker: Papua New Guinea
- Material: Wood
- Original/Reproduction: Original