late 19th Century, or early 20th Century
of bi-convex section with sharpened ends
old dark chocolate brown patina
66 cm L x 5.5cm wide
$10,800 sold as part of a trio
**Please note this Hunting Boomerang is sold in a group of three with a finely engraved Hunting & Ceremonial Boomerang and a Nulla Nulla. Purchase the trio HERE.
The Wonnarua people of Murrurundi, Upper Hunter New South Wales and its surrounds
Acquired in the Upper Hunter Valley of New South Wales, at Murrurundi, between the years 1929 and 1933 by Mr. Henry Cooke “Bennie” Dent. Mr Dent was Stud Master at Harben Vale, a significant grazing property owned by Mr. Frederick White, and hence by direct decent from Mr. Dent to Ms. Cherry Ripe food writer, journalist, broadcaster, and author of Sydney.
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