Asmat Tribe New Guinea Carved Wood Folk Art Primitive Sculpture, Double Figure With Alligator, With COA, c1969, 5.5X5X25.5"H Certificate of Authenticity - This is to certify that this carving was collected in 1969 by Don Church working under the aegis of Fundwi(Fund of the united nations for the development of west irian), In Agats, irian jaya. Number: N552, Village: Yeow, Carver: Unknown. Condition: Repair From Breaks At Wrist, Arm And Nose, See Images For Condition. Estimate: 500-1000
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Burlington, Washington 98233
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