This is a vintage Painted Wood Yam Stake from the Iatmul Tribal people of Middle Sepik Region, Papua New Guinea. The Iatmul create some of the most important array of carvings and all believed to be inhabited by very powerful spirits. Yam is a very import food essential in the the diet of all Papua New Guineans. All kinds of elaborate yam masks, statues and ceremonies are created to protect and watch over the fields to ensure a productive harvest. A nice old piece of Iatmul Art to adorn your home or add to your collection.
Shows natural Age and Wear
13 Inches Tall
4.5 x 2.5
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