Explore Aboriginal Art, Western Australia, and more!

Explore related topics

Aboriginal Boomerang from the Kimberley Western Australia

Aboriginal weapons can be divided into 6 main types being spears, spear throwers, clubs, shields, boomerangs and sorcery. Aboriginal weapons are collectable

Ceremonial Painted Aboriginal Boomerang or Club

Ceremonial Painted Aboriginal Boomerang or Club

Terra Australis, Primitive, Rabbit, Sticks, Weapons, Workshop, Weapons Guns, Bunny, Bunnies

Old Queensland -  Aboriginal Ceremonial  Rainforest BOOMERANGs - Ochre Paint

Old Queensland - Aboriginal Ceremonial Rainforest BOOMERANGs - Ochre Paint

Old Queensland - Aboriginal Ceremonial Rainforest BOOMERANGs - Ochre Paint

Origin:  Australia, Central Desert, possibly Northern territory        Period/Date: Likely first quarter of the 20th century    Materials:  Mulga wood    Description:  This stunning "hooked" or "number 7" boomerang is presented on a custom wood display stand.  It is decorated on both sides of the head and neck with pokerwork dotting in meandering totemic patterns.

Origin: Australia, Central Desert, possibly Northern territory Period/Date: Likely first quarter of the 20th century Materials: Mulga wood Description: This stunning "hooked" or "number 7" boomerang is presented on a custom wood display stand. It is decorated on both sides of the head and neck with pokerwork dotting in meandering totemic patterns.

Boomerang from north queensland

The aboriginal boomerang has been around for at least years. It is an iconic symbol associated with Australia.

East Australian Ceremonial  ABORIGINAL BOOMERANG CLUB - RARE #ClubBoomerang

East Australian Ceremonial ABORIGINAL BOOMERANG CLUB - RARE

East Australian Ceremonial ABORIGINAL BOOMERANG CLUB - RARE #ClubBoomerang

Lil Lil Aboriginal club fro New South Wales

Aboriginal clubs come in many different forms depending on the region they come from. Different tribes made different styles of club.

Kimberley boomerangs

The aboriginal boomerang has been around for at least years.

BOOMERANG kaili from the King Sound region of Western Australia, acquired in 1917. Traditional Aboriginal technology was not simple. It involved a complex understanding of the many sciences and their associated processes. An understanding of the laws of physics and the complexities of aerodynamics enabled the skilled creation of the boomerang, the spear, the woomera and the bull roarer.

Boomerang kaili from the King Sound region of Western Australia, acquired in Size:

Aboriginal weapons can be divided into 6 main types being spears, spear throwers, clubs, shields, boomerangs and sorcery. Aboriginal weapons are collectable

British Museum — The ‘boomerang’, perhaps the most iconic object of all Australian technology

The ‘boomerang’, perhaps the most iconic object of all Australian technology, was made in a wide variety of shapes used for different purposes across the continent. Most famous is the returning.

sword club from new south wales

Aboriginal clubs come in many different forms depending on the region they come from.

aboriginal boomerang | australian boomerang | sell aboriginal boomerang

aboriginal boomerang | australian boomerang | sell aboriginal boomerang

Indonesian Awesome

Indonesian Awesome

Uck Yeah

Uck Yeah

spear-thrower-sw-australia-2.png (168×595)

The aim of this article is to look at the variety of Aboriginal Spear Thrower. As weapons and as a collectable aboriginal art form.

Pinterest
Search