Made from the closely woven leaves of  Pandanus, Coconut & Fan Palm which are hand cut in fine pieces and sun-bleached.
A strong Pandanus stem is used at the base on which the shape of the Fan is then woven. Natural Nut Dyes.
The elegant shape of the fan is both practical and important – mimicking the shape of the spear tip or the end of a canoe paddle.

US $1,200 set of six

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Aboriginal, Papua New Guinea, Pacific Polynesian Islands, Maori & Oceanic Fine Tribal Art, Native Artefacts & Material Culture - Valuation, Appraisal, Sales and Purchase

Established Brisbane, Queensland Australia 1977

ARTHUR BEAU PALMER
AD Fine Art (QLD)
MRQAS

ETHNOGRAPHIC CONSULTANT

A.B.N. 78 088 240 576

INVESTMENT TRIBAL AND FINE ART


  

 

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