Igorot/Cordilleran

Collection by Jason Altatis

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Headdress of a baby - Auctionhouse Zemanek-Münster Ethnic Jewelry, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Filipiniana, Circlet, Global Design, Tribal Art, Art Auction

Philippines | Headdress of a baby. Basketry, glass beads, shell disc pendants | 1000€ ~ Sold

© Eduardo Masferre Gaddang couple wearing their best clothes pose in front of their house with wooven bamboo walls. Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tribal, Philippines Tattoo, Philippine Mythology, Philippines Culture, Filipina Beauty, Beauty Around The World, Asian History

© Eduardo Masferre Gaddang couple wearing their best clothes pose in front of their house with wooven bamboo walls. Callacad, Kalinga. (anno 1952)

Some interesting information about the Baguio and northern mountainous region of Luzon, Philippines that I didn’t know. The text can be read easier if you go the original size. Prophets In Islam, Interesting Information, Papua New Guinea, Pinoy, Filipino, National Geographic, Martial Arts, Vintage Photos, Philippines

Ifugaos have developed an exceptional culture. National Geographic Magazine, Sept. 1930

Some interesting information about the Baguio and northern mountainous region of Luzon, Philippines that I didn’t know. The text can be read easier if you go the original size. National Geographic Magazine, Sept. 1930

Rare Philippine man's rain cape plaited cogon from Bontoc or Kalinga people Rain Cape, Baguio, Hill Station, Plaits, Filipino, Southeast Asia, Philippines, Islands, Nostalgia

Rare Philippine man's rain cape plaited cogon from Bontoc or Kalinga people

Rare Philippine man's rain cape plaited cogon from Bontoc or Kalinga people | Collectibles, Cultures & Ethnicities, Asian | eBay!

Asia - Philippines / Luzon | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos Indigenous Games, Crowd Drawing, Filipino Culture, My Ancestors, My Heritage, Pinoy, Philippines, Asian Girl, People

Asia - Philippines / Luzon

Mountain Province’s Lang-ay Festival is now being hailed as the biggest attraction come-on of this province every year. Born on the 38th founding anniversary of Mountain Province, the Lang-ay Festival was the brainchild of the present crop of provincial leaders led by Governor Maximo B. Dalog, in a bid to call attention to this province’s rich and diverse culture as well as the people’s pride for their God-given wonders and gifts. As defined generically, “Lang-ay” is to share happiness…