“Kina”, Shell Pendant

Regular price $950.00
Sale price $950.00 Regular price
Product description


Used As a pendant and also as tribal currency.

Radiant traditional red ochre pigment.

Papua New Guinea.

Circa 1900. 

In New Guinea, “Kina” means “shell” and also means “money.” Today, in the 20th century, shell currency can still be exchanged for paper money. 

Sizes/Dimensions: Height On Stand: 9.75” Width: 7.50”

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