Southern Highlands Pig Killing Apron-New Guinea Art-Oceanic Tribal Art I really love this “pig-killing” apron from the Southern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. The weave is tight and stiff with patina and layers of pigments. The colors of black, red and white are really nicely done. The numerous tassels are tipped with snail shells, boar’s tusks, cowries and globs of fur for both the visual and auditory impact when dancing. The piece dates to the early/mid 20th century, is 30” in height as mounted and sells for $2400. Questions?