Solomon island dating
(See Body Art) Solomon Island woodcarvings, with mother-of-pearl and other shell inlays, are among the most exquisite in the Pacific, and various traditional designs have become ubiquitous in modern tourist art.
Stone carving of ornaments is confined mostly to the Western Solomons, particularly Ranongga and Choiseul Islands.
The Solomon Islands National Museum (q.v.) possesses a magnificent large stone sarcophagus from Choiseul.
The oldest extant Solomon Islands art forms are petroglyphs found on Guadalcanal, Vella Lavella and South Malaita.
Decorative pottery was made on many islands for thousands of years, but now survives mainly on Choiseul Island.
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