African and PNG masks to entice tribal artefact collectors

Author: Richard Brewster | Posted: 2nd July, 2014

African and Papua New Guinean masks, bowls and statues join Australian Aboriginal didgeridoos as features for Young’s Auctions latest sale from 9.30am Friday July 4 at 229 Camberwell Road, East Hawthorn.

The collection, which includes travel books and hats from all parts of the world, belongs to vendors who travelled extensively during their working life. 

The auction contains more Waterford crystal (including toasting flutes, carafes, clock, dolphin and harp) from the same vendor who auctioned several quality pieces last week.

Also included are carvings, ornaments and lights and five or six large lounge suites about three metres long.

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