NORTHERN LUZON, IFUGAO PEOPLE, EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY
Known as "baningal" among the Ifugao, and "abkil" among the Bontoc, these armbands, more commonly known as "tankil", were worn on warrior's forearms.
See also Cf. de Monbrison, C. et al., Philippines: "an Archipelago of Exchange", Paris, 2013, figs. 191-193.
Nara wood, Boar Tusk, Hair, Rattan
5 in. (12.7 cm.) height
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