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Lot 1189

Tuesday 10 Jun, 2014 - 12.00am

A late 19th Century Fijian hardwood "Cannibal Fork" (Cula Ni Bokola) with chip carving to handle and knop, 12.75ins (one tine split) Provenance : The vendor purchased this artefact from an elderly lady whose great aunt's father collected it possibly from Fiji, certainly no later than the early 20th Century

Estimate £800 - 1,200 Sold for £720

Plus buyers premium of 24% ยป