Global Art & Artifacts

Bidayuh Amulet / Pendant, Borneo

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Detail:  The Bidayuh are indigenous peoples found in southern Sarawak, Borneo.  This amulet created from Sus Scrofa (wild boar tusk) and a carving in deer horn forms a trophy nearly 360 degrees in shape.  The carving is of a Naga or dragon head.  This pendant would be in the possession of a leader or elder shaman.   Circa mid-1900’s.   Very rare.  For the Serious Collector.   Sorry, this item has been sold.  CONTACT US for other items that have similar characteristics.

Another such amulet is available.  Check out Rare Curved Antler / Tusk O-0345.


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