KLAFFBORD "Berit", Bruno Mathsson, Firma Karl Mathsson, Värnamo, 1900-talets
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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)
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An early Japanese watercolor on paper. The image depicts an elder and child passing in opposite directions. Hand written to the mat is ?Japanese C. 1900?. To paper on the left corner is illegible w...
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Seven antique and played Wayang-Kulit dolls from the period 1900-1950. These dolls are stung from Buffalo skin. The game sticks are made of wood or Buffalo Horn. They are painted and/or gold-coated. The dolls are played by a puppeteer (Dalang) behind a white screen where an oil lamp (Blenchong) lit. It is a shadow game. Considering the age and the long time they played in a climate with high humidity (95%), the dolls in a reasonably good condition. Most of the dolls are from the traditional Hindu legends, some were added. A brief description: the first image shows probably Kumbakarma, the younger brother of Rahwana (H: 54 cm) and a market trader (H: 41 cm). The second image is an Arabic trader with turban (H: 41 cm). Then an image of Gatokacha (H: 66 cm) and one of the sons of Bima, Antareja (50 cm). Than a doll that represents a market woman (H: 39 cm). Finally a pop of a man with a book in his hand (H: 49 cm). Total weight of the dolls ca. 700 grams. The dolls are carefully packed and sent by registered mail.
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