Art & Artifacts > Very Old Abelam Sago Peg, New Guinea – 20-24 SOLD

Sago pegs are used to hold large pieces of palm spathe in the during the making of sago flour, one of the diet staples in New Guinea. This peg shows considerable age and use, dating to circa late 1960’s. It has a nice ancestor face on the top with an abstract palm cockatoo head on the top. Custom mounted, 21.5 inches tall.

Priced at SOLD