Huon Gulf Limesticks
Huon Gulf Limesticks for sale.
Object Type: Lime spatula X 2
Locality: Inland Siassi island
Height: 26cm and 33 cm
Description: This extremely rare pair of lime sticks come from the interior of Siassi Island. The body of the lime stick is made from incised bone and the blades made from turtle shell. The only other one I have seen is at the Pitt rivers museum and was collected in 1903. This pair would be of a similar vintage but have a better Patina from extended indigenous use.
Price: $1800 AUD
Same form of lime stick being used in Astrolabe bay around 1900
Huon Gulf limesticks from Papua New Guinea
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Papua New Guinea War Club as Art
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