NEW GUINEA TRIBAL ARTS

Specializing in New Guinea Tribal Art and Tribal Artifacts since 2001

 

 

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Tribal Paddles

Tribal Paddles

Tribal Paddles from the Pacific Tribal paddles from the Pacific vary depending on where they come from. Many are not worth very much but some are collectable. Tribal paddles from Polynesia tend to be more valuable than paddles from Melanesia. Not all paddles are for...

Easter Island Wooden Sculpture

Easter Island Wooden Sculpture

Easter Island Wooden Sculpture Easter Island is best known for its massive stone sculpture. There are, however, a whole variety of small traditional Easter Island wooden sculpture many people do not know about. It is these small Easter Island wooden sculptures that...

Maori Wahaika and Maori Kotiate

Maori Wahaika and Maori Kotiate

Wahaika and Kotiate Maori Short Clubs   Antique Maori Wahaika and Maori Kotiate are both excellent and extremely collectible examples of Maori Art. There are however contemporary versions of this form of Polynesian art. The value difference between antique and...

Tongan Clubs

Tongan Clubs

Tongan clubs   Clubs from Tonga are one the most common forms of Polynesian art. Tongan clubs comprise roughly 20 percent of the Polynesian art collected on the Captain James Cook voyages. This is no doubt is due to the superb craftsmanship found on this form of...

War Shields of Papua New Guinea

War Shields of Papua New Guinea

War Shields of New Guinea There are many different styles of War Shields from Papua New Guinea. They vary depending on the region/tribe they come from. The aim of this article is to help you recognize and know more about these wooden War Shields. Hopefully, you will...

Sepik Sculpture

Sepik Sculpture

Sepik Sculpture The most common artifact brought back from Papua New Guinea would be a Sepik Sculpture or Sepik Masks. Sepik sculpture vary enormously in collectible value. A Sepik Figure made for sale to tourists has minimal value but one made for indigenous use is...

New Guinea Figure

New Guinea Figure

Papua New Guinea Figure Papua New Guinea Figure are some of the most valuable and sort after pieces of tribal art. There are numerous different Papua New Guinea Figure types, which vary depending on the region they come from.   This article helps to visually show...

Solomon Island Artifacts

Solomon Island Artifacts

Solomon Island Artifacts Old Solomon Island Artifacts are valuable and very collectible especially pieces made for indigenous use and not for sale to tourists. The best-known piece of Pacific Islands art from the Solomon Island is the Nguzunguzu canoe prow. The...

Maori Weapons

Maori Weapons

Maori Weapons In many modern-day museums and art galleries, native weapons from the south pacific are often not prominently displayed. It is almost as though Europeans wish to believe they invaded a garden of Eden. This was not so with most Polynesians being as...

New Guinea Masks

New Guinea Masks

New Guinea Masks Papua New Guinea Masks come in various types. Types vary mainly depending on the region/tribe they come from. This article is to help the reader identify where in New Guinea their tribal mask is from by giving examples and pictures of the different...

New Guinea tribal 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 tribal 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 Tribal 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 Tribal 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.