Kimport Moroland Philippine Indigenous Cloth Dolls Vintage 1930s, Tradition Of The Banyal and Betel Nut

Kimport Moroland Philippine Indigenous Cloth Dolls Vintage 1930s, Tradition Of The Banyal and Betel Nut
Kimport Moroland Philippine Indigenous Cloth Dolls Vintage 1930s, Tradition Of The Banyal and Betel Nut
Kimport Moroland Philippine Indigenous Cloth Dolls Vintage 1930s, Tradition Of The Banyal and Betel Nut
Kimport Moroland Philippine Indigenous Cloth Dolls Vintage 1930s, Tradition Of The Banyal and Betel Nut
Kimport Moroland Philippine Indigenous Cloth Dolls Vintage 1930s, Tradition Of The Banyal and Betel Nut
Kimport Moroland Philippine Indigenous Cloth Dolls Vintage 1930s, Tradition Of The Banyal and Betel Nut
Kimport Moroland Philippine Indigenous Cloth Dolls Vintage 1930s, Tradition Of The Banyal and Betel Nut
Kimport Moroland Philippine Indigenous Cloth Dolls Vintage 1930s, Tradition Of The Banyal and Betel Nut
Kimport Moroland Philippine Indigenous Cloth Dolls Vintage 1930s, Tradition Of The Banyal and Betel Nut
Kimport Moroland Philippine Indigenous Cloth Dolls Vintage 1930s, Tradition Of The Banyal and Betel Nut

Kimport Moroland Philippine Indigenous Cloth Dolls Vintage 1930s, Tradition Of The Banyal and Betel Nut
These cloth darlings hail from the southern region of the philippines. Representing moro or bangsamoro, they are richly clad in late 19th/. Early 20th century clothes. True to his warrior lineage, he carries a betel nut box and. Banyal, which is considered neither a knife nor a sword, . But something in between. For a bit more information on their history & clothing, i will. Refer you to another pair, seen here. At about 11, she carries a kimport tag for the both of. In fine vintage condition but for a few missing sequined. Buttons, they will surely delight. More culture, more heritage, more fun. Thank you the visit. This item is made of cloth and wood, seed beads, sequins.
Kimport Moroland Philippine Indigenous Cloth Dolls Vintage 1930s, Tradition Of The Banyal and Betel Nut