Lot Number : 191

  •  Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques
  •  Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques
  •  Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques
  •  Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques
  •  Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques
  •  Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques
  •  Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques
  •  Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques
  •  Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques
  •  Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques
  •  Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques
  •  Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques
  •  Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques

Description : Early 20th century Western Australian Aboriginal shield with incised and pierced decoration, traces of red pigment and carved hand grip, L80cm, Woomera (spear thrower) with all over carved decoration and hunting spear with carved spiralled shaft amongst incised flowers (3)Provenance: According to the vendor's family history these were sent as a gift in 1935 by an aunt who had emigrated a few years earlier and were used by young boys of the Tribe to practice their hunting techniques

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