This is a ghost trap from Tibet. The trap is also known as a Namkhar, which means sky in Tibetan. The trap serves many purposes, not just the protection from ghosts.
Ichthyosaurus acutirostris with ammonites, Harpoceras falcifer
Check out this wooden spoon carved by Florida-based artist Terry Widner
The Dance at Alder Cove - Youth/Father/Geezer - I see you
Carved from a single piece of basswood, artist Stefanie Rocknak is behind this beautiful sculpture. Slightly larger than life-size, the sculpture, called The Swimmer, was part of a three piece commission under the project The Triathlete.
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I found this on the road leading to the cemetery. No other wooden doll/puppet parts were nearby. It came home with me.
Australia, Central Desert area, late 19th/early 20th century
height 17.2 cm
Rhyton with the Buffalo-Slayer goddess, made in Iran in the 7th-8th century (source).
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