NATIVE & TRIBAL WEAPONS


Barotse Sword   SOLD
With scabbard. Blade is 42 cm long. Wooden handle. Barotseland was part of Northern Rhodesia and home to the Lozi people. Today it is part of Zambia.


Barotse Sword   SOLD
With scabbard. Blade is 40 cm long. Wooden handle. Barotseland was part of Northern Rhodesia and home to the Lozi people. Today it is part of Zambia.


This is a very rare collection of tribal items.
The Apatani tribe lives in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, on the frontier with Assam and the Nagaland area of Burma. The Apatanis were known for their bamboo and cane weaving. The following pieces were collected by a tea-planter living in Assam in the 1930's and brought back to the UK when the family returned.

Wooden quiver with 17 arrows
of the Naga Apatani tribe. The quiver is 23 inches long.   195



Sword in scabbard
of the Naga Apatani tribe. 16 inch blade which is flat one side and convex the other side with a woven bamboo/cane scabard.  150



Yatee Hat
of the Naga Apatani tribe made from bamboo and cane             75

Bopa Hat
of the Naga Apatani tribe made from bamboo and cane                   75


Haversack Basket
of the Naga Apatani tribe bamboo and cane composition            150


Jacket
of the Naga Apatani tribe woven material slight beasty damage         85


Borneo "headhunters" knife
genuine knife in wooden scabbard. 20 inch blade. SOLD


African Tribal Knife
17 1/2 inch blade with a goats horn handle.   60


Borneo "head-hunters" knife 
17 inch blade. Probably a tourist piece.   SOLD


Sudanese Spear
: 20 cm long spear head. Overall 1.68 metres long   SOLD



MAASAI (African Tribal) Maasai Knife with leather scabbard. Blade 8 1/2 inches long. Overall length 13 inches. SOLD