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The T’boli are an indigenous tribal people living in Cotabato in the Southern part the Philippines. While many communities are...
₱550.00
The T’boli are an indigenous tribal people living in Cotabato in the Southern part the Philippines. While many communities are...
₱450.00
Handmade by the Tausug community of Sulu, these mats can be used for sitting on the beach, an outdoor concert...
₱1,000.00
Handmade by the Tausug community of Sulu, these mats can be used for sitting on the beach, an outdoor concert...
₱850.00
The Sama-Bajau fishermen use wooden goggles called “antipara” when they free dive for fish. Many of them have their own...
₱2,000.00
The embroidery on the back of this blouse is a Hanunuo-Mangyan symbol for a constellation they use to inform them...
₱2,160.00
The Ramit is a traditional multi-purpose wrap used by Hanunuo-Mangyan tribes for carrying children, gathering food, wood, and as clothing....
₱3,060.00
The malong is a traditional "tube skirt", which has over a hundred different configurations. Perfect for traveling, it can be...
₱2,150.00
The malong is a traditional "tube skirt", which has over a hundred different configurations. Perfect for traveling, it can be...
₱2,150.00
The malong is a traditional "tube skirt", which has over a hundred different configurations. Perfect for traveling, it can be...
₱2,150.00
These Kalinga earrings are handmade and designed by working students at the local training center we have partnered with. We...
₱200.00
The Kalinga use colors and weaves that reflect elements and values that are of importance to them. Pick a theme...
₱750.00
Kalinga beadwork reflects their history. You will oftentimes find shell beads in their work, which is a remnant of historical...
₱310.00
Each color has meaning as well such as yellow for prosperity (because yellow rice is ready for selling), red for...
₱300.00
Each color has meaning as well such as yellow for prosperity (because yellow rice is ready for selling), red for...
₱300.00
“Inabel” or “Abel Iloko” is fabric from the Ilocos region in Northern Luzon. Handwoven on large antique wooden looms, these...
₱285.00
“Inabel” or “Abel Iloko” is fabric handwoven on large antique wooden looms in the Ilocos Region of Northern Luzon. These...
₱750.00
“Inabel” or “Abel Iloko” is fabric handwoven on large antique wooden looms in the Ilocos Region of Northern Luzon. These...
₱750.00
“Inabel” or “Abel Iloko” is fabric handwoven on large antique wooden looms in the Ilocos Region of Northern Luzon. These...
₱750.00
“Inabel” or “Abel Iloko” is fabric handwoven on large antique wooden looms in the Ilocos Region of Northern Luzon. These...
₱750.00