The Nagas comprise a group of related tribes of people who occupy the hilly lands along the border of India and Burma south of Tibet and the eastern reaches of the Himalayas. Until quite recent times they were famous for their practices of headhunting and feast-giving and for their rich material culture. An excellent source of more information on the Nagas can be found in The Nagas, Hill Peoples of Northeast India by Julian Jacobs, et al. Most of the items displayed here can be found in this very comprehensive book.

We've divided our Naga items into a page of Naga jewelry and this page we're calling Naga artifacts, which presents basically everything we have but their jewelry and textiles. A price list for the items on this page is available upon request.

ARTIFACTS FROM NAGALAND

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