Joe Loux. | recent acquisitions
A private gallery in San Francisco featuring Asian and Tribal Art, ethnographic jewelry and textiles.
Tribal art, Oceanic art, ethnic jewelry, Southeast Asian art, tribal shields, Indonesian, art, New Guinea art, Indian gold, Polynesian clubs, Nepal tribal art, tribal textiles, Southwest Chinese art, Moroccan textiles, Pyu gold, Ainu textiles, Yi objects, ancient gold, Inuit art, Paiwan, ancient beads, Nepal mask, tribal figures
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Joe Loux presents a Northwest Coast of America leather and bone crown.

Northwest Coast Crown

In recent acquisitions / sculpture

Northwest Coast Soap Berry Spoon (Xakw’l Shal)

In recent acquisitions / sculpture
Joe Loux presents an antique war shield from Madang Province in Papua New Guinea.

Papua New Guinea War Shield

In recent acquisitions / sculpture

Korwar Figure

In recent acquisitions / sculpture
Macana or War Club from Guyana, South America dating to the late 19th century

War Club or Macana from Guyana

In recent acquisitions / sculpture
Stone Spear-thrower made by the Marind-Anim people of South Papua, Indonesia, and dating to the late 19th century

Marin-Anim Spearthrower

In recent acquisitions / sculpture
Joe Loux presents a 19th century Maori fish hook or Matua. Reflective paua shell was used by fisherman to lure fish. The reflected light from the shell creates movement that attract fish to the bait. This is a side view.

Maori Fish Hook (Matau)

In recent acquisitions / sculpture
Joe Loux presents an antique burl tobacco container from Yunnan Province in Southwest China.

Burl Tobacco Container

In recent acquisitions / sculpture
Image of a head Ornament with silver, turquoise and coral from Central Tibet, dating to the late 19th century.

Tibetan Head Ornament with Turquoise

In jewelry / recent acquisitions

Tibetan Turquoise Necklace

In jewelry / recent acquisitions
A wood throwing club or ula from Fiji in the South Pacific.

Ula Throwing Club

In recent acquisitions / sculpture