This is a wonderful vintage Siassi Tribe Sago Palm Stirrer from the Morobe Province of Papua New Guinea and is carved out of a single piece of wood and then painted. A fine hand-carved wooden sago spatula, also known as a sago stirrer, with a paddle-shaped lower body that tapers gradually to form the narrow, figural handle. Sago, a starch extracted from the spongy center of various tropical palm stems, is a major food staple for the indigenous peoples of Papua New Guinea. A unique item to add to your home or collection.
Shows age and Natural Wear
23 Inches Tall
2 1/4 Inch Wide at Top and Bottom
5.5 Inches Wide Middle
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