PAST COLLECTION ITEM
Wood carved sculpture of a Native American shooting an arrow from his bow
This is a unique wooden sculpture of, I believe, a Native American archer with bow and arrow near a tree ready to shoot. He also has a sword in a scabbard. Someone else was mentioning that the person in the sculpture might also be the Filipino hero, Lapu-Lapu who was responsible for the death of Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan. The sculpture is about 25" tall, 12" wide and quite heavy. It has been carved out of a single piece of good quality wood. The bow is also part of the same piece of wood. The arrows are separate pieces.
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