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Ceremonial Knife : Vintage Chin Ceremonial Knife from Inle Lake, Myanmar #452
Ceremonial Knife 452. Vintage ceremonial Chin knife from Inle Lake, Myanmar. Knife is toped with antler from small deer along with deer skin/fur. The case is ensized brass and copper wraped with red rope. Over all length is approximately 15 inches. Age is estimated to be in the early 1900‰ and overall condition is very good Chin is one of the ethnic groups in Myanmar. The Chins are found mainly in western part of Myanmar in the Chin State and about a population of 1.5 million. They also live in nearby Indian states of Nagaland, Mizoram and Manipur and Assam. Owing to Mizo influence and Baptist missionaries' intervention, 80%-90% of the population are Christians. However, a sizeable minority of the Chin adhere to their traditional tribal beliefs and Theravada Buddhism. Traditionally, the Chin were animists. The Chin are one of the largest ethnic minority groups in Myanmar. The Chin people are Tibeto-Burman groups and they probably came to Myanmar, especially the Chindwin valley in the late 9-10 century A.D. Most Chin people moved westward and they probably settled in the present Chin State around A.D 1300-1400 A.D. There are many tribes among the Chin people such as Lai, Tedim, Asho and Cho. Three major tribes of the Chin are Tedim, Falam and the Hakas. For want of a more acceptable common name they are usually called the Chin-Kuki-Mizo people, bringing together the three most common names for them whether given by outsiders or themselves. Bawn tribe in Southern Mizoram State and Bangladesh are descendants of the Lai tribe. This Chin, Mizo, Zomi, and Kuki people are scattered into three countries-Myanmar, Bangladesh, and India. The realization that these are of one and share common dialectical root and customs even though separated by international and state boundaries brought about movements for Unification of the occupied territories and of the people. (Source:Myanmar People. Net)Läs mer
JAPAN Paar Vasen, um 1900/1920.
Beschreibung Weißporzellan in Keulenform mit gewellter Mündung, feine Malerei von Blütenzweigen und Vögeln in Unterglasurblau, H. ca. 28, 1 x besch. BeschreibungLäs mer
Four: (1934) silver $1.00 Y-345, LM-110 PCGS XF details tooled, (1914) 20c Kwangtung Y-423, LM-145 PCGS AU details cleaning, 1900 - 1911 Tai Ching Ti Kuo 10 casLäs mer
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Antique Yakun-Nätima mask - Sri Lanka - ca. 1900
A beautiful Yakun mask from Sri Lanka which was used for religious rituals. These rituals are also known as Yakun-Nätima. Yakun, or singular Yaka, measn devils/devil and Nätima means dance.These days the use of masks in a Yakun-Nätima ritual is rare. Usually the face is painted instead of using a mask.Considering its age, the mask is in reasonable condition, see the photos. The base material is wood and the mask is further decorated with hemp and white clay or a similar material. Because the mask in general are made of wood or other perishable materials there are rarely masks in top condition in moist, tropical Sri Lanka, the most have perished.The mask is an absolute asset for your collection.The mask is 45 cm high, the flat width is 26 cm, the round diameter is 36 cm and the depth is 10 cm.Will be carefully packed and shipped by registered post.Läs mer
Elefant med rytter
Elefant med rytter India. Bemalt tre. Ca. år 1900.Läs mer
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