Armband New Guinea Papua
“Papua New Guinea : “shell Bangle””
About 10 X 11 X 5cm.
I continue to get out of the boxes and cases acquired in the succession of our Pau scholar whose insatiable cosmopolitan curiosity continues to reveal surprises and many questions: some of the objects carried a label indicating the origin, which, to Internet time, we put them within a few clicks, here, it was not the case, but the object is so characteristic that it was easy to trace its origin thanks to the online collections of the Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac Museum which houses a cuff of a similar model from Papua New Guinea, Sepik region.
It is therefore a bracelet made of an interlacing of harmoniously braided fibers on which are fixed discs cut in the top of nicely polished cone shells.
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The Rhune in autumn
Jean-louis Paguenaud 1876-1952 Oil on cardboard 32 X 49 cm mounted in a gilded frame with fluted 41 X 59 cm. Circa 1930. In 1898, he followed the
“Unreading Signature Oil on canvas 58.5 X 80.3 cm, circa 1880/90. Very heavy ! When I acquired this strange painting, I still remember the
Belgian School Oil on canvas 61 X 50 cm, mounted in a frame with inverted slope 78 X 67 cm. Circa 1930/50. Those who follow me may remember:
Mule track in Old Castilla
Gustave Colin 1828-1910 Dated 1895, oil on panel 26 X 35 cm, mounted in a beautiful frame of wood and gilded stucco 42 X 50 cm. Annotation of the
Small bronze: “nude combing her hair”
“Naked styling” Bronze 17.7 cm. When I bought this charming little bronze, I asked myself many questions to which I have not yet
The assumption of the Virgin
Ernest Gabard 1879-1957 Plaster painted in gold 22 X 34 X 2 cm, a hook of attachment sealed on the back, signed lower right. For those who do not
Armband New Guinea Papua
“Papua New Guinea : “shell Bangle”” Probably mid-twentieth. About 10 X 11 X 5cm. I continue to get out of the boxes and
Pair Of Art Premier Bronze Earrings
About 2.7 cm at the widest. I continue to get out of the boxes and cases acquired in the succession of our Pau collector whose insatiable
Head ornament Papua New Guinea
Second half of the 20th century. About 40 X 45 X 2 cm. It is an important head ornament, originating from Papua / New Guinea, more particularly
Coin/jewel “Kina”Papua New Guinea
About 17 X 17 X 1 cm It is therefore a kina, both coin exchange in Papua New Guinea and jewel / ornament which is so important for this country