Carved wooden pig

About This Item

Date
Unknown
Geography
Middle Sepik River, Papua NewGuinea
Medium
pigment
wood
Context

In Papua New Guinea, pigs and boars are culturally important, as they are part of ceremonial feasting, and boar’s tusks are still used for adornment today.

Height
6.25 in
Width
32 in
Depth
6.25 in
Copyright
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