This is gorgeous Carved and Incised Old Wood burnished Food feasting Ceremonial bowl with alligator handles from the Lower Ramu River of Papua New Guinea. These ornamental feasting and ceremonial bowls are used on special occasions to serve pudding known as “Pollom and Yams. Not only is this style bowl being used during ceremonial village feasts, but is is an essential part of the traditional bride price. This would be a fabulous piece for your table and to display in your home. This
Show age, use, Otherwise wonderful Condition Small Crack
24.5 Inches Long Handle to Handle
19 Inches Long Bowl
9 Inches Wide
3 1/4 Inches Tall
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