Massim Kula earrings

Old pair of Massim Kula earrings for sale

Object Type: Adornment

Locality: Dawson island Milne bay Province Papua New Guinea

Artist: Unknown

Circa: 1930

Description: During Kula ceremonies, only the best earrings would do. These would have been worn by the first wife of a kula trader as a sign of prestige. They are made of large Bagi spondylus shell disks attached with pandanus string to a frame made of turtle shell One of the earrings has an old break to the arrow-shaped motif but the display wonderfully on a small custom-made stand.

Price: SOLD

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Massim Kula earrings Milne bay papua New guinea

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