Carved natural wood finish, figural lizard form. Burned horizontal lines and spots running from tail to head. 'Lizard clan', North Territory.
1 piece, carved design, painted rust, for war, Norseman area, West Australia
1 piece, carved design, painted rust, brown and white, white string tied to handle, for hunting. Pintinjarra tribe, Norseman area, West Australia.
Carved wood, Northern tribe, Arnhem Land. 'Medicine Snake' dark horizontal. Spots and lines burned on back.
Spearthrower. Made of Mulga wood and stained with flint blade on one end, wood barb attached to the other end with gut string.
Wood, carved, with 6 inch cord, probably made of kangaroo hair, long flat, slightly rounded ends. North Territory.
1 piece, carved design, used to lure kangaroos by tapping to attract them, called 'mudage stick'.
One side painted, brown, black, rust, gold, white, representing place for departed Aborigine, North Australia.
Tan bone, brown etched design.
Eagle feathers, grayish brown, held in center with twine, wooden pin attached, Austalian Aborigine, North Australia.
Wooden stick crudely shaped, etched design, called 'nulla nulla'.
Wooden Kava bowl called 'coolamon'. Shows stone tool carving on bottom. Fiji Islands.
Boomerang, carved design, range approximately 75 yards, Musgrave Range, Northern Territory, Australia.
Carved wood, flat, 'Toolygoo', etchings on both sides, stained black.
Wood, stained dark brown, black resin on each end. Brought to U.S. by a sea captain on West Coast about 1850. Possibly circa 1750.
Natural wood with long, flat painted end, carved with snake outlined, reddish brown satain. North Territory.