Expansive necklace


In 1933 shell money was abolished in Papua New Guinea. It is still used in local customs such as paying bride money. The currency used today is named after the Papua word for shell: Kina.



Printed on acid free museum grade Canson Baryta Photographique 310 gsm paper using archival pigment based ink. Sizes are in cm and include a 1.5 cm white border around the photo. Signed and dated on the back.


All prints come with a signed Certificate of Authenticity. Both the print and the certificate are marked with a hologram that carries a unique number.


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