This is a wonderful Decorative and Carved Natural Wood Dance Spear from the Chambri Lake Villages, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea. This is ceremonial dance spear with ancestor faces on the top and middle portion of the spear and cowrie shells for eyes. These carvings are also done on steps and post of the men's houses. This dance spear would evoke a certain spirit and ritualistic dance to ensure successful hunting and war parties, and to bring good harvests and to celebrate initiations and all rites of passage for young men. This unique and beautifully carved Dance Spear would be a great addition to your home or collection.
4" wide at top
4" wide in the middle
2" wide at the bottom
Faces 4" long and 2" wide
Spear 11" long
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