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Pair of antique Naga brass heirloom arm ornaments (probably end 19° century or early 20° century) from the Konyak Nagas (inner diam. +/- 7cm). These were valuable ancestral objects no longer in use or made. Reference: The Naga by Julian Jacobs, River Books, pag. 264 - 265 Price: on request For more information, please email didiergregoire03@gmail.com

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