This is a rare and beautiful Vintage Woven Bush Twine Cowrie Shell Belt from the Abelam People, Sepik River, Papua New Guinea. This belt is worn by women and men of status in a village. Shells were currency in Papua New Guinea. This belt was significant and important to the man who created it and wore it. It has a shell closure. This belt would be a fabulous addition to your home or collection.
COMES ON STAND
Early-20th Century Museum Quality
Shows Natural Age and Wear
10.5 Inches On Stand
12 Inches X 12 Inches X 1 1/4 Inches
7.5 Inches Long
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