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Skulls and Bones Skull Head, Skull Art, Tribal Rituals, Crane, Head Hunter, Funny Paintings, Animal Bones, Human Head, Human Skull

PHILIPPINES HUMAN TROPHY IFUGAO TRIBE SKULL DAVID HOWARD TRIBAL ART PHILIPPINES HUMAN TROPHY IFUGAO TRIBE SKULL

FILIPINNO IFUGAO SOUTHEAST ASIAN HUMAN TROPHY SKULL Philippines CEREMONIAL RITUAL DRINKING VESSEL Laos, Burma, Nepal, Borneo, Asmat, Ifugao, Dayak

Bulul - Philippine Deity, guards the rice crop Sculpture Art, Garden Sculpture, Filipino Art, Vietnam, Philippine Art, Cultural Artifact, Philippines Culture, Clay Ornaments, Modern Artwork

Unraveling the Bulul’s Spiritual Origin

Ifugao Bulul (Philippines - Northen Luzón Island, 15th century)

STATUE, XIXE SIÈCLE OU ANTÉRIEUR, IFUGAO, NORD DE L'ÎLE DE LUZON, PHILIPPINES IFUGAO FIGURE, NORTHERN LUZON ISLAND, PHILIPPINES Davao, Makati, Cebu, Filipino Art, East Asian Countries, Philippines Fashion, African Sculptures, Africa Art, Ocean Art

ifugao statue, xixe si ||| figure

STATUE, XIXE SIÈCLE OU ANTÉRIEUR, IFUGAO, NORD DE L'ÎLE DE LUZON, PHILIPPINES IFUGAO FIGURE, NORTHERN LUZON ISLAND, PHILIPPINES

“ “ Human trophy skulls from Asian tribes: Ifugao (Philippines) - Headhunted human trophy skull mounted with bovine jaw Ifugao - Headhunted human trophy skulls Dayak (Borneo) -. Skull Head, Skull Art, Clowns, Filipino Art, Shrunken Head, Head Hunter, Animal Bones, Human Skull, Vanitas

Asian Human Trophy Skulls Ancestor Skulls Head Hunting Human Trophy Skulls David Howard Tribal Art

Human Trophy Skulls Head Hunting and Ancestor Human Trophy Skull, Indonesia, Philippines, Naga, Asmat, Ifugao, Dayak, Human Trophy Skulls

Bontoc Wood, Rattan & Pig Tusk Armband (Baningal or Abkil) - Michael Backman Ltd Filipino Art, Types Of Gemstones, Clean And Shiny, Knot Necklace, Baby Oil, Precious Metals, Rattan, Costume Jewelry, Jewelry Collection

Bontoc Wood, Rattan & Pig Tusk Armband (Baningal or Abkil) - Michael Backman Ltd

The Bontoc and Ifugao peoples of northern Luzon wore armbands such as this example constructed from two wild pig (sus philippensis) tusks, held together with rattan, and mounted by a carved wooden figure of a seated man topped with what is probably human hair. They were worn on a warrior’s forearm and were associated with … Read more

African, Oceanic, Indonesian and Asian tribal artifacts, textiles and jewelry - Zena Kruzick Tribal Art. Filipino Art, Tribal Art, Side View, Spoons, Zine, Philippines, Asia, African, Bts

Asian Tribal Art - Spoon, Ifugao or Bontok, Philippines

Spoon, side view

Ifugao Wood, Rattan & Pig Tusk Armband (Baningal or Abkil) - Michael Backman Ltd African Style, African Fashion, Filipino Art, Philippine Art, Rattan, Statues, Metal Working, Lion Sculpture, Carving

Ifugao Wood, Rattan & Pig Tusk Armband (Baningal or Abkil) - Michael Backman Ltd

The Bontoc and Ifugao peoples of northern Luzon wore armbands such as this example constructed from two pairs of wild pig (sus philippensis) tusks, held together with rattan, and mounted by a carved wooden figure of a seated man topped with what is probably human hair. They were worn on a warrior’s forearm and were … Read more

Wood, Hair, Rattan & Pig Tusk Armband (Baningal or Abkil) Bontoc or Ifugao People, Northern Luzon, Philippines century Filipino Art, Philippine Art, Rattan, Philippines, Carving, African, Pottery, Fantasy, Statue

Ifugao Wood, Rattan & Pig Tusk Armband (Baningal or Abkil) - Michael Backman Ltd

The Bontoc and Ifugao peoples of northern Luzon wore armbands such as this example constructed from two pairs of wild pig (sus philippensis) tusks, held together with rattan, and mounted by a carved wooden figure of a seated man topped with what is probably human hair. They were worn on a warrior’s forearm and were … Read more

African, Oceanic, Indonesian and Asian tribal artifacts, textiles and jewelry - Zena Kruzick Tribal Art. Filipino Art, Tribal Art, Philippines, Buddha, Asia, African, Statue, Spoon, Crafts

Asian Tribal Art - Spoon, Ifugao or Bontok, Philippines

Spoon, back

Philippines Moro Silver-Inlaid Brass Wedding Vessel (Gadur) - Michael Backman Ltd Filipino Art, Philippine Art, Ethnic Design, Antique Brass, Philippines, Antiques, Silver, Wedding, Vases

Philippines Moro Silver-Inlaid Brass Wedding Vessel (Gadur) - Michael Backman Ltd

This fine example of a gadur (also written as gador) brass jar is of cast brass inlaid with silver. It has a bulbous, rounded base that rises out from a low ring foot and rises to a thinner neck. It has a domed lid with a long, spire-like finial. There are handles on either side. … Read more

  Filipino Art, Head Hunter, Skull Head, Human Skull, Wild Nature, Tribal Art, Macabre, Hunting, Museum

Asian Human Trophy Skulls Ancestor Skulls Head Hunting Human Trophy Skulls David Howard Tribal Art

Human Trophy Skulls Head Hunting and Ancestor Human Trophy Skull, Indonesia, Philippines, Naga, Asmat, Ifugao, Dayak, Human Trophy Skulls

  Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Ocean Art, Weapons, Auction, African, Tattoo Ideas, Arms, Fashion

weapon

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Bontoc Brass Pinangpanga Linglingo Pendant - Michael Backman Ltd Filipino Art, Philippine Art, Islamic World, Indigenous Art, Antique Items, Wabi Sabi, Philippines, Book Art, Folk

Bontoc Brass Pinangpanga Linglingo Pendant - Michael Backman Ltd

This linglingo pendant from the Bontoc people of northern Luzon island in the Philippines is of cast brass. It has a relatively uncommon form probably based on an abstract representation of the female reproductive organs with two zoomorphic-like ‘heads’ emerge from the top. The pendant might also have been used as an ear ornament. A … Read more

“Bulul” rice god – IFUGAO – Northern Luzon, the Philippines - Catawiki Tribal Decor, Tribal Art, Filipino Art, Statues, Philippines, Auction, Rice, God, Dios

“Bulul” rice god – IFUGAO – Northern Luzon, the Philippines

The Bulul is used in a ceremony for the benefit of the production of rice and healing. A new Bulul is “loaded” by a shaman during a ritual in which the spirit from an ancestor takes place in the statuette, where from it gets the power. The Bulul is handled with care and respect, in order to appease the spirit of the