A beautifully formed tribal skirt from the Gnau culture, West Sepik. Made from coix seeds known as Job's tears and woven fiber. A skirt such as this were worn on a daily bases as well as ceremonies and dance. This example has two layers, woven to provide a double curtain of modesty. Dates to the 20th Century. Custom stand included.
Dimensions: 15" x 11"
Location: Gnau, Papua New Guinea, Sepik.
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