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PAPUAN PIGTUSK ADORNMENT - This  pig tusk adornment comes from Kerema in the Papuan Gulf - early part of the 20th century and measures 38 cm

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Old Pigs Teeth Necklace Eastern Highlands New Guinea Eastern Highlands Province Papua New Guinea

Old Pigs Teeth Necklace Eastern Highlands New Guinea Eastern Highlands Province Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea - Northern Province, Tufi District, Collingwood Bay | Face ornament; natural fiber, pig's teeth and seeds | © Musée du quai Branly:

Papua New Guinea - Northern Province, Tufi District, Collingwood Bay | Face ornament; natural fiber, pig's teeth and seeds | © Musée du quai Branly:

Papua New Guinea | Tribesmen jewels..Pigs teeth, shells, dry seeds, opossum fur…

Eric Lafforgue - Tribesmen jewels, Papua New Guinea Mount Hagen.

Papua New Guinea | This colorful necklace is made of teeth from the flying fox and glass seed beads. From the Sepik River area | 20th century | Sold

This colourful necklace is made of teeth from the flying fox and glass seed beads. With a button closure, the stringing is original, and it measures just Sepik River area, Papua New Guinea.

A collection of jewellery from Papua New Guinea, Pacific Bolas and 9 fishing hooks. The necklace in the middle is a Asmat Tooth Necklace composed of 105 pig's teeth on plaited fiber.

A collection of jewellery from Papua New Guinea, Pacific Bolas and 9 fishing hooks. The necklace in the middle is a Asmat Tooth Necklace composed of 105 pig's teeth on plaited fiber.

11 5/8 inch 360+ Circle Papua New Guinea PNG Pig Tooth Tusk Boar Hog Necklace

11 5/8 inch 360+ Circle Papua New Guinea PNG Pig Tooth Tusk Boar Hog Necklace

Karahut from the Maprik people ~ East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea | Woven cotton figure with pair of pig tusks attached as double horns; accented with cowrie shells and red, blue and yellow natural pigments. | Est. 1,000 - 1,500$

Maprik People, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea ~ East Sepik province | A dramatic boar’s tusk pectoral from the Kapriman people | Rows of pigs and dogs teeth are attached to a central braided vegetable fiber cord that has been decorated with cowrie shells | Early 20th century ~ collected in 1934/36 from Kambaramba village.

A dramatic boar’s tusk pectoral from the Kapriman people. Rows of pig's and dog's teeth are attached to a central braided vegetable fiber cord that has been decorated with cowrie shells, early Papua New Guinea.

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