In the Sepik River region, the men carry these small figure carvings in their bilum (net bag) for protection and good luck in hunting. They are sometimes referred to as "ramu" because they are often traded up and down the Ramu River.

6"H x 3"W x 2.5"D

Ron Perry Collection

HUNTING CHARM - MINIAS VILLAGE - PAPUA NEW GUINEA

SKU: 185
$495.00Price

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