This beautiful Fijian neckrest, kali, has a provenance that can be accurately traced back to the 1870s. William Good left County Cork in Ireland in 1859 and ended up as a clerk in Levuka—formerly the capital of Fiji—by 1874. Good later became managing partner of the C. L. Sahl and Co. plantation by 1881. The neckrest has been in the family ever since until I acquired earlier this month. It has a wonderful elegant composition with a wide circular section on top of a flat rectangular base that then sustains a thick curved neck support. The piece dates to the early/mid 19th century, is 15” (38.1 cm) in length and sells for $5500. Questions?