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Ceremonial Stone Adze Blades
It was reported by the first European to travel to the Lake Santani area in 1893, missionary G. L. Bink, that stone and shell adze blades were trad...
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Peter Petrou
Ibeji Beaded Jacket
A beautifully worked beaded coat made for an Ibeji figure. Twin births among the Yoruba speaking tribes is considerably higher than the average ...
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Peter Petrou
Mende Helmet Mask
A good tribal mask with fine symmetrical features, large neck rolls and a particularly elaborate coiffure with the addition of ornaments and braidi...
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Peter Petrou
Mangbetu Shield
The shield is in one piece, probably carved from an obeche plank* with a central raised rib running horizontally through the centre which is a rein...
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Peter Petrou
GERALD SUMMERS (1899-1967)
A WHITE TINTED BENT PLYWOOD ARMCHAIR
Made by Makers of Simple Furniture (1931-1940) This is an extremely rare example of the Bent Plywood Armchair in original unrestored state. The ch...
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Peter Petrou
MARTIN GALLAGHER
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The Console is from a Limited Edition of 12 Martin Gallagher's work is handmade and fuses together the basic elements of wood and glass using a co...
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Peter Petrou
Nukuoro Atoll Coconut Stool
Coconut stools were used on the tiny atoll of Nukuoro for the preparation of coconuts. Commonly the stool was merely a log with a sharpened shell b...
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Peter Petrou
DANIEL ROHR
The Colander Table
This table is the culmination of a year of experimentation with aluminium to achieve an optical illusion by deleting both space and material. By cr...
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Peter Petrou
GERALD SUMMERS (1899-1967)
A Modernist High Back Chair
This remarkable chair has significant presence yet is almost weightless being constructed of 1.5mm aeroplane ply. The back of the chair spreads fro...
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Peter Petrou