Two Abelam or Ilahita Arapesh boar’s tusk Pectorals, Karaut, Southwestern Abelam/Ilahita Arapesh area, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea. These are the rarest type of karaut pectoral with the small bapa masks in relief. The right example is one of a handful known featuring a diminutive wooden face. Both of these come from either the Ilahita Arapesh area or a few of the Abelam villages just to their east. Early 20th century or before, left is 11-5/8” (29.5 cm) in height and $2,800, right is 14-1/2” (37 cm) in height and $3,500. Questions?