Aboriginal Artefacts

Australian Aboriginal artefacts include a variety of cultural artefacts used by Aboriginal Australians. Spears, clubs, boomerangs and shields were used generally as weapons for hunting and in warfare. 

Lorrkon or hollow log coffins are central to the funeral ceremonial process undertaken by the Indigenous people of Western Arnhem Land in Northern Australia. The log is sourced from a termite hollowed stringybark tree which is adorned with tribal motifs.

Mitchell Fine Art showcases a diverse range of high-quality Australian Aboriginal artefacts which can be purchased securely online or via the Gallery in Fortitude Valley.

  1. Artefact: Boomerang AA122

    73.5 x 7 x 2cm

    wooden artefact

  2. Lorrkon: Gunybi Ghanambarr (L01)

    102 x 12cm

    acrylic on hollowed wooden log

  3. Artefact: Large Club AA42

    59 x 4.5cm

    wooden artefact

  4. Artefact: Sword Club AA40

    74.5 x 5cm

    wooden artefact

  5. Artefact: Sword Club AA39

    56 x 5cm

    wooden artefact

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