Item #: BQ1318 -- A Group of Five Wai Wai Arrows, Guyana -- $375.00
A set of five varied arrows from the Wai Wai tribe of Southwestern Guyana. Collected by Art Erickson in the mid 20th Century. Erickson was one of the first non-missionary ethnographic collectors in the region. Longest arrow is 129.5 cm. Included are a barbed fishing point, split bird bone fishing point, small mammal point, and a point that would have been used with curare poison.