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Sharon Ramirez
Sharon Ramirez • 1 year ago

Philippine textiles: Kalinga cloth, T'boli beads The textile is a modern reproduction of the traditional designs and colours of Kalinga cloth. The beads use traditional T'boli beading techniques.

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