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Among the Kenyah and other Dayak peoples of Borneo, ear ornaments of cast solid brass were signs of prestige and power. Borneo is an island in Southeast Asia shared between the countries of Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei. The Dayak tended to live across all three borders.
By Charlotte Beugge. Could buying African art be a good investment — or is it simply a market for the art lover who wants something nice to hang on his or her wall? There is a compelling argument that African art might experience a boost similar to pieces of Chinese origin, where newly affluent Asian professionals are driving up prices see below. Certainly, prices of top contemporary African artists are surging, with antique tribal pieces snapped up for increasingly high sums.
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