Yimchunger Naga people at the morung of Kutur village.

Yimchunger Naga people at the morung of Kutur village.

Fine Glass Bead Necklace with Brass Trophy Heads  Naga People, Burma/India  late 19th century

Fine Glass Bead Necklace with Brass Trophy Heads Naga People, Burma/India late 19th century

This is an authentic large and heavy, weighing 455 grams, yellow tile beaded necklace from Nagaland, specifically from the Konyak tribe. Authentic meaning hand-made and worn by the Naga people for their ceremonies and seasonal festivals and not made for the tourists. These necklaces, worn by both men and women, were often usually used, re-used, re-worked or repaired if needed.  Nagaland is a small mountainous state in Northeast India comprised of many small tribal villages. It consists of 17…

Authentic Large Yellow Tile Beaded Necklace From Nagaland, Specifically From The Konyak Tribe

This is an authentic large and heavy, weighing 455 grams, yellow tile beaded necklace from Nagaland, specifically from the Konyak tribe. Authentic meaning hand-made and worn by the Naga people for their ceremonies and seasonal festivals and not made for the tourists. These necklaces, worn by both men and women, were often usually used, re-used, re-worked or repaired if needed. Nagaland is a small mountainous state in Northeast India comprised of many small tribal villages. It consists of 17…

This is an authentic large orange tile beaded necklace from Nagaland, specifically from the Konyak tribe. Authentic meaning hand-made and worn by the Naga people for their many ceremonies and seasonal festivals and not made for the tourists. These necklaces, worn by both men and women, were often usually used, re-used, re-worked, or repaired if needed. Nagaland is a small mountainous state in Northeast India comprised of many small tribal villages. It consists of 17 major tribes and 20…

Authentic Large Orange Tile Beaded Necklace from the Konyak Tribe of Nagaland

This is an authentic large orange tile beaded necklace from Nagaland, specifically from the Konyak tribe. Authentic meaning hand-made and worn by the Naga people for their many ceremonies and seasonal festivals and not made for the tourists. These necklaces, worn by both men and women, were often usually used, re-used, re-worked, or repaired if needed. Nagaland is a small mountainous state in Northeast India comprised of many small tribal villages. It consists of 17 major tribes and 20…

Man's wrapped garment, Chang, Kaylo Kengyu or Konyak Naga People, Nagaland, India. 1900-1925. Cotton, dog hair, and cowrie shells.

Man's wrapped garment, Chang, Kaylo Kengyu or Konyak Naga People, Nagaland, India. 1900-1925. Cotton, dog hair, and cowrie shells.

India | Pair of armlets from the Sema / Sumi Naga people; bamboo cane, jacob's tears (coix seeds), and glass beads.  H:  18 cm | ca. 1950s or earlier | Est. 600€ ~ Jan '16 // 136057896009

India | Pair of armlets from the Sema / Sumi Naga people; bamboo cane, jacob's tears (coix seeds), and glass beads. H: 18 cm | ca. 1950s or earlier | Est. 600€ ~ Jan '16 // 136057896009

Chang Naga woman. Chingmei, Nagaland, Tuensang district.  1936. | ©SOAS, Nicholas Haimendorf

Chang Naga woman. Chingmei, Nagaland, Tuensang district. 1936. | ©SOAS, Nicholas Haimendorf

Naga Morung Female Figure. Naga People, Eastern India/Western Burma, late 19th century-early 20th century. This Naga figure of a woman is carved from a single piece of hardwood. It has a worn, encrusted patina. The figure has an elongated, bulbous head; elongated arms and legs; a barrel chest; and small feet. The arms and legs are bent slightly which seems a common feature among Naga figures. This and more ethnographic art for sale on CuratorsEye.com.

Naga Morung Female Figure. Naga People, Eastern India/Western Burma, late 19th century-early 20th century. This Naga figure of a woman is carved from a single piece of hardwood. It has a worn, encrusted patina. The figure has an elongated, bulbous head; elongated arms and legs; a barrel chest; and small feet. The arms and legs are bent slightly which seems a common feature among Naga figures. This and more ethnographic art for sale on CuratorsEye.com.

A heavy Naga necklace, of a well known but desirable type, worn with the large shell hanging on the back as a counterweight to the remainder. Nagaland (India), Angami Naga people, mid 20th c. Cut conch shells, shell beads, glass and carnelian beads, bone spacers. From *Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment*

A heavy Naga necklace, of a well known but desirable type, worn with the large shell hanging on the back as a counterweight to the remainder. Nagaland (India), Angami Naga people, mid 20th c. Cut conch shells, shell beads, glass and carnelian beads, bone spacers. From *Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment*

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