Collection: T’nalak plates and bowl

T'nalak, is a weaving tradition of the T'boli people of South Cotabato, Philippines. T'nalak cloth are woven from abacá fibers. The traditional female weavers are known as dream weavers, because the pattern of the t'nalak cloth are inspired by their dreams. 

 

T’nalak has a distinctive tri-colour scheme: White for the pattern, red for relief elements and black (or deep brown) for the background.

Made of fine porcelain

Sold per piece. 

7 products
  • T’nalak plates and bowls
    T’nalak plates and bowls
    Regular price
    ₱770.00
    Sale price
    ₱770.00
  • T’nalak red Garterized wrap pants
    T’nalak red Garterized wrap pants
    Regular price
    ₱7,500.00
    Sale price
    ₱7,500.00
  • T’nalak blue Garterized wrap pants
    T’nalak blue Garterized wrap pants
    Regular price
    ₱7,500.00
    Sale price
    ₱7,500.00
  • T’nalak Garterized wrap pants
    T’nalak Garterized wrap pants
    Regular price
    Sold out
    Sale price
    ₱7,500.00
  • T’nalak Garterized wrap shorts
    T’nalak Garterized wrap shorts
    Regular price
    ₱3,500.00
    Sale price
    ₱3,500.00
  • T’nalak Garterized wrap shorts
    T’nalak Garterized wrap shorts
    Regular price
    ₱3,500.00
    Sale price
    ₱3,500.00
  • Sinag dress in black with yellow T’nalak
    Sinag dress in black with yellow T’nalak
    Regular price
    ₱7,500.00
    Sale price
    ₱7,500.00
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