A Garry Shead numbered engraving marked “Metamophosis 27/50 2nd slate” in pencil and signed similarly in the lower right.
The image elegantly housed in a modern silver wood fame with the subject under glass.
Exposed engraving 30 cm high x 23 cm wide
Frame 60 cm high x 52 cm wide.
Price A$ 390
Pantry, meatsafe, food cabinet. 1920 to 1940. Lead light doors. Good order.
140 cms wide, 37 cms deep and 166 cms high.
We have been operating for 30 years, selling antique furniture on consignment from this Victorian terrace shop.
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A collection of tribal items assembled during a period in PNG over 45 years ago. Plus one Australian bark painting. What follows is some slightly vague description due to lack of familiarity with these items.
From left to right.
1/ Woven grass mask from PNG 90 cms long, some evidence of worn paint. $245
2/ Australian Aboriginal bark painting 37 cms $50.
3/ Two woven cane masks, the larger 75 cms. PNG. $79 ea.
4/ A carved story board from the Sepic River district. $150
5/ A painted mask from PNG, straw beard $195.