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A MAGNIFICENT HEADHUNTING DAYAK WAR SHIELD, BORNEO, INDONESIA - made from real human hair from dead enemies

A MAGNIFICENT HEADHUNTING DAYAK WAR SHIELD, BORNEO, INDONESIA - made from real human hair from dead enemies

Dagger handle    Date:      late 18th or 19th century  Culture:      Indonesia (Bali or Eastern Java)  Medium:      Engraved and chased sheet gold, inset with semiprecious stones and rock crystal, over wood  Dimensions:      H. 4 1/2 in. (11.4 cm); W. 1 3/4 in. (4.4 cm); D. 1 1/2 in. (3.8 cm)  Classification:      Sculpture  Credit Line:      Purchase, Bequest of Samuel Eilenberg, by exchange and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert H. Kinney Gift, 2008

This kris hilt depicts Batara Bayu, the Hindu deity Bhima's spiritual mentor, an auspicious motif for a dagger, as one of his roles is to ward off evil and offer protection to the keeper of the weapon

Image of nenets woman wearing a traditional yagushka (coat) made from reindeer & arctic fox skins. yamal, siberia, russia. by ArcticPhoto

Nenets woman wearing a traditional Yagushka (coat) made from Reindeer & Arctic Fox skins (Yamal-Nenets Territory, Siberia, Russia).

Bouclier Dayak - Bornéo - Indonésie - Bois léger - décor polychrome peint (noir- rouge - blanc) - cheveux - rotin

Bouclier Dayak - Bornéo - Indonésie - Bois léger - décor polychrome peint (noir- rouge - blanc) - cheveux - rotin

Dayak : The Native People of Borneo by van-nugraha.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Dayak : The Native People of Borneo

Indonesia, Kalimantan, Dayak people, Hudoq (thanksgiving festival) mask, a stylized pigs head, articulated lower jaw,

Indonesia, Kalimantan, Dayak people, Hudoq (thanksgiving festival) mask, a stylized pigs head, articulated lower jaw,

Kujang the ancient weapon Sunda Warrior Imagine this blade inside you

Kujang the ancient weapon Sunda Warrior

Kujang the ancient weapon Sunda Warrior Imagine this blade inside you

Indonesian Beadwork, Kenyah-Kayan Dayak group, East Kalimantan or Upper Mahakam river area, Borneo, Indonesia. late 19th or early-20th century (43x14cm) #dayak #indonesia

Indonesian Beadwork, Kenyah-Kayan Dayak group, East Kalimantan or Upper Mahakam river area, Borneo, Indonesia. late 19th or early-20th century (43x14cm) #dayak #indonesia

DAYAK TRIBE: SACRED RITUAL SHAMAN'S CEREMONIAL NECKLACE CARVED WOODEN FIGURES, CLAWS, OLD GLASS BEADS, TEETH, FIBER

DAYAK TRIBE: SACRED RITUAL SHAMAN'S CEREMONIAL NECKLACE CARVED WOODEN FIGURES, CLAWS, OLD GLASS BEADS, TEETH, FIBER

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