Dani Phallocrypt, West Papua, Island of New Guinea – 8189LB


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This traditional phallocrypt comes from the Dani people who live on the western side of the island of New Guinea in Papua or West Papua. While gourds are now worn mostly during ceremonial events, the Dani people, as well as several other remote tribes in Indonesia and New Guinea, still commonly wear phallocrypts. This classic, plain gourd is made with woven rattan and bush twine. It is 12 inches front to back with an opening of 1.75 inches.

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