$600 - $800


FINE INCISED BULLROARER, CENTRAL AUSTRALIA, Carved and engraved hardwood and natural pigments (with custom stand) The Bullroarer is a primitive instrument used at initiation and other ceremonies. It is an oblong section of wood, attached to a length of cord through a hole at one end. When swung rapidly through the air it produces a peculiar humming sound or a pulsating low-pitched roar. Approx L19 x 4cm. PROVENANCE
Private collection, New South Wales

+ Calendar 2021-11-07 16:00:00 2021-11-07 23:59:59 Europe/London Important Aboriginal Tribal Art Collection Important Aboriginal Tribal Art Collection Vickers & Hoad Vickers & Hoad
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Auction Date: 7th Nov 2021 at 4pm

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