Lower Sepik Kundu drum

Lower Sepik Kundu drum from Kaiyan village Papua New Guinea

Object Type: Kundu Drum

Locality: Kiayan Village Lower Sepik Papua New Guinea

Artist: Unknown

Circa: 1930

Height: 45 cm

Description: This is one of the best kundi drums that I collected over many visits to this area. The carving detail is a step above most other drums especially the lizard image. It still has a good sound and it has a great patina over the red trade store paint.

Price: $2100


Sale price until November 30th

$1600 AUD

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Lower Sepik Kundu drum

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