Aboriginal Hand Carved Boab Nut
Aboriginal Hand Carved Boab Nut from the Kimberley’s,
very collectible, the buyer will be very pleased... Please see detail photos which form part of
14cm Long X 7cm Diameter
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Fixed rate registered delivery Australia wide
….or pick up from
Miranda in Sydney South
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Many of the items for sale at Jim’s International Bazaar were
collected by Jim on his around the world adventures as an author,
photojournalist and photographer. They include Turkish rugs, copper and
brass, and artifacts from China, New Guinea, Africa and South
America. These things are from his privet collection, none
were bought for the purpose of reselling but rather to decorate his home.
Many new items will be listed as they are unpacked from storage along with a wonderful collection of photographic prints including
many wildlife photos and prints of tigers photographed in China.
ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER
is an internationally renowned photojournalist and adventurer,
with two major photographic books (New Guinea & Cannibal), plus covers and
major spreads in a whole host of internationally prestigious magazines from
Life International to The Geographic and Argosy.
He's been shipwrecked in the Pacific, wrestled camels in Turkey, and scoured the New Guinea
Highlands in search of missing American heir and adventurer Michael
Rockefeller. He has also lived and worked in the jungles of New Guinea for over two years while collecting
material for his books and records.
A blue-water yachtsman, he sailed his own 60ft yacht, the
"Moana Vahine", from Hong Kong to Southern Turkey, down the South
China Sea, across the Indian Ocean, and up the full length of the Red Sea, via
Singapore, Panang, Sri lanki, The Maldive Islands, and French Djibouti. An avid
diver and spear fisherman, he mounted a series of diving expeditions in The Maldive Islands and The Red Sea.
In addition to several years in New
Guinea, he has organized and/or participated in
photographic expeditions in Kenya and Tanzania,
in Brazil and Columbia, in Turkey and some of the more remote islands of
the south pacific. "On board the forty-foot ketch, the
"Marquesa", we were the first yacht to visit the remote island of Ua Pou,
in the Marquesas in almost two years.