• Carved Lizard from Australia

    Carved natural wood finish, figural lizard form. Burned horizontal lines and spots running from tail to head. 'Lizard clan', North Territory.

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  • Norseman Carved Piece

    1 piece, carved design, painted rust, for war, Norseman area, West Australia

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  • Pintinjarra Carved Piece

    1 piece, carved design, painted rust, brown and white, white string tied to handle, for hunting. Pintinjarra tribe, Norseman area, West Australia.

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  • Arnhem Land Medicine Snake

    Carved wood, Northern tribe, Arnhem Land. 'Medicine Snake' dark horizontal. Spots and lines burned on back.

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  • Mulga Wood Spearthrower

    Spearthrower. Made of Mulga wood and stained with flint blade on one end, wood barb attached to the other end with gut string.

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  • Wood Stick with Kangaroo Hair

    Wood, carved, with 6 inch cord, probably made of kangaroo hair, long flat, slightly rounded ends. North Territory.

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  • Kangaroo Lure Stick

    1 piece, carved design, used to lure kangaroos by tapping to attract them, called 'mudage stick'.

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  • Australian Bark Painting

    One side painted, brown, black, rust, gold, white, representing place for departed Aborigine, North Australia.

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  • Etched Bone Nose Pin

    Tan bone, brown etched design.

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  • Pintinjarra Carved Piece

    1 piece, carved design, painted rust, brown and white, white string tied to handle, for hunting. Pintinjarra tribe, Norseman area, West Australia.

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  • Feather Hair Ornaments

    Eagle feathers, grayish brown, held in center with twine, wooden pin attached, Austalian Aborigine, North Australia.

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  • Nulla Nulla Stick

    Wooden stick crudely shaped, etched design, called 'nulla nulla'.

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  • Coolamon Bowl

    Wooden Kava bowl called 'coolamon'. Shows stone tool carving on bottom. Fiji Islands.

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  • Musgrave Range Boomerange

    Boomerang, carved design, range approximately 75 yards, Musgrave Range, Northern Territory, Australia.

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  • Norseman Carved Piece

    1 piece, carved design, painted rust, for war, Norseman area, West Australia

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  • Toolygoo Stick

    Carved wood, flat, 'Toolygoo', etchings on both sides, stained black.

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  • Black Resin Stick

    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.

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  • Australian Snake Stick

    Natural wood with long, flat painted end, carved with snake outlined, reddish brown satain. North Territory.

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