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      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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    T'bolis are known for their traditional dances, colourful costumes and adornments. They are one of the last remaining Philippine tribes whose customs and traditions are still well preserved. T'boli woven fabrics, embroidery, beadwork and brassware are much sought after.

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