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This hand-made T'nalak clutch was made by the Betek Ifuy Weavers, T'boli women weavers of the Philippines, also known as the Dreamweavers. The T'boli People is an indigenous group that predominantly lives in South Cotabato, Mindanao. T'nalak textile is made of abaca plant, a relative of banana. This textile is 100% hand-made using abaca fibers and natural dyes. It was produced by the descendants of the late Lang Dulay, a Filipino traditional weaver who was a recipient of the National Living Treasures Award. The Betek Ifuy weavers of Lake Sebu, South Cotabato, continue Lang Dulay's legacy.


Material: 100% Abaca

Closure type: Zipper

T'nalak clutch

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