Oceanic Art: Aboriginal, Maori, and Borneo Tribal Art

Our dealers put forth an impressive offering of Oceanic art, including hand clubs, staffs, and ancestor figures. On offer are a Nukuoro Atoll coconut stool, a Maori patu, a wooden ceremonial four-tined cannibal fork, and a set of New Guinea disc clubs. These join with a unique Yam mask from Maprik, and Borneo tribal art to form an notable collection of Pacific Island art. Additionally, a Fijian kava bowl and ceremonial men’s Cassowary feather headdress are available on The Curator’s Eye. Find Aboriginal art, more Maori art, and other Oceanic art offered by our dealers.

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Full Ethnographic Art Inventory

Our Maori art and Oceanic art collection represents a small category of our complete inventory of Ethnographic Artifacts for Sale. We have Native American, Asian, Middle Eastern and much more art and artifacts on offer from our global network of dealers.

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Oceanic Art

Our dealers put forth an impressive offering of artifacts available in the Oceanic art segment of our Ethnographic and Tribal Arts category.

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