Fijian Ula

Fijian Ula

Object Type: Fijian I Ula Tavatava

Locality: Fijian islands

Circa: 1840’s

Material: Whale Tooth Carved hardwood

Length: 40cm

Description: This I Ula Tavatava club has a lovely large dome of old yellow marine ivory in the top.  The handle is worn from handling and it has some feast marks/ kill marks under the head.  Fijian Ula are not hard to come by but one of this quality is.  Has some minor cracks but no major cracks

Price: SOLD

 

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Papua New Guinea War Club as Art
 
Like many other artifacts, this object is not just an artifact it is art. Collectors from around the world collect art from different regions. This art is Tribal art. In reality, Tribal art or ethnographic art is art from around the world.
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