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Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release
Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release

Inaul Malong Collection 2023 Release

$150.00
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Blue-Yellow
Inaul means "woven" in Maguindanaoan known for its geometric designs. This has been considered a status symbol and is referred as an object of "Barabangsa" (dignity). It takes about 2-3 weeks to make one of these beauties. These malongs were woven with either tanor (cottony thread), silky rayon or katiyado (super shiny thread). Sometimes a combination of the three. These pieces were handwoven by the weavers of Sultan Kudarat with the leadership of Babu Rocaya Datua