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CEREMONY BRACELET called "tankil" or "baningal"
Bontoc or Ifugoa culture, northern Luzon Island, Philippines
First half of the 20th century
Wood, plant fibers, wild boar tusks and pearls
H .: 18.5; L .: 10; Thickness: 8.5 cm
Bangle bracelet made up of two wild boar tusks joined together with three ligatures of finely braided plant fibers. A wooden figure, carved in the round, is seated, his arms crossed on his bent knees.
These exclusively male bracelets were worn as an armband during ceremonial rituals.
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