3 19th Century West Australian Boomerangs


Mid 19thC

  • £625.00 For all three.
  • €698 Euro
  • $796 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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3 19th Century West Australian Boomerangs

A group of three 19th century boomerangs from West Australia. These are very tactile and weighty boomerangs with a lot of wear and dents, knocks, chips and splints from use.
All three are chip carved from what is believed to be Mulga wood. It was common for a boomerang to be made from Mulga wood. Mulga wood (acacia aneura) is native to arid regions of Australia and has traditionally been used by indigenous groups as a hardwood for making implements including digging tools, woomeras (spear-throwers) and boomerangs.
These three vary in size with two being 63.5cm wide and one being 56.5cm wide.
H 24.41 in. x W 19.69 in. x D 0.32 in.
H 62 cm x W 50 cm x D 8 mm


Mid 19thC

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Heirlooms by Lawrence specialises in unusual, decorative antiques and natural history items with a focus on function and quality.

It is run by husband and wife duo Lawrence & Katja. Lawrence has grown up in the antiques trade with over 25 years of experience operating in both hemispheres of the globe. Katja is relatively new to the industry and brings an interesting and fresh eye to choosing stock. They do not buy anything that they themselves would not be happy to have in their own home.

They are based in Bodicote nr. Banbury. Approx. 10 minutes from junction 10 on the M40, they are in their studio most weekdays  9 till 5 but stock viewing is by appointment."

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