This fine piece of hand carted art comes from Telona Island in the Marovo lagoon.,Solomon Islands
Provenance. Firebird collection 2004
The traditional tanoa bowl from the Samoan islands. Used in daily ritual of kava consumption by mostly the men of the village. This set comes with a Waialeale starter kit including 2oz kava. Mixing bag and Coconut cup.
Hand carved by local Kauai artist Keoni DuRant, this Koa bowl is an iconic centerpiece depicting the Hawaiian art form.
Provenance. Kauai made. 2008
Hand created in the Marovo lagoon area this Kerosene wood (Kou) bowl is unique with it's double row of nautilus shell inlay on the lip of the bowl.
Provenance. Solomon islands. 2010
Hand carved Kerosene wood (Kou) shell shaped bowl.
Provenance. Solomon Islands 2009
Hand turned Hawaiian Milo wood bowl, crafted by Danny deRohan. Raw edge beauty and fine grain make this not just a functional piece of art but also an extremely aesthetic one.
Mother of Pearl inlaid rosewood bowl. Hand carved in the Trobriand Islands, PNG. Collected on the original voyage of Yacht Firebird in 2005.
Hand carved and polished to perfection, this Kerosene bowl is accented beautifully with nautilus shell inlay strips adorning the edge.
Provenance. Solomon Islands. 2010
Hand carved Kerosene Wood (Kou) bowl with nautilus shell inlay.
Provenance: Yacht Firebird Collection 2004
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