Specializing in New Guinea Art and Tribal Artifacts since 2001



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Yup’ik masks: Native Alaskan surrealists

Yup’ik masks: Native Alaskan surrealists

Yup'ik masks Art of the Tribal Surrealists There is a huge variety of Yup’ik masks but characterized by their inventive surrealism. They are usually made of wood painted with few colors and sometimes decorated with feathers. Masked varied in size from small three-inch...

New Guinea Jewelry

New Guinea Jewelry

Papua New Guinea jewelry There is a huge variety of Papua New Guinea jewelry from the mainland and surrounding islands. Tribal jewelry were originally made using neolithic tools like sharks teeth and obsidian. The materials were those found in nature such as shells,...

New Guinea art

We specialize in selling art from the Pacific islands. All artworks guaranteed as being authentic. New Guinea art sources art made for indigenous use and not made for sale tourist pieces.

The majority of the tribal art for sale is from Papua New Guinea but we also sell Oceanic art pieces from Polynesia and all the Pacific islands

New Guinea art gallery policy

We will refund any tribal art purchased from the gallery. We ask that any requests for returns be within a week of its delivery. Postage on returns will to be by the purchaser.

All photos are as accurate as we can make them. Photos of any damage will be available on the page the object is for sale. Any restorations will be in the description.

Our Tribal Art gallery accepts payment through Direct bank deposit Paypal and cash. The Pacific art Gallery is usually open by appointment only. Appointments by email or phone.

We always happy to give advice about pieces. New Guinea art is a highly specialized field and getting the right advice can be important.

New Guinea Art Purchases

We will always try to buy pieces as aggressively as possible. We have some very good clients for Tribal Art and will pay the best prices for quality pieces.

No piece to large and no piece to small. Our criteria is the quality and authenticity of each object.

New Guinea Art history

The gallery started in 2001 and in the early days the majority of materials were field collected. Not all pieces collected or purchased are on the website. Certain pieces may be only available at shows in Paris or San Francisco.

Aboriginal Bark Paintings