Spoon made from shell.
Hand carved wooden bolo. Hole through top of handle, round blade flattens to point.
Small, woven, raffia traps called 'gubu' are baited with glutinous rice and back hole is stuffed with grass. Set in rice paddies to catch the small mudfish which enter and because of construction of t…
Ifugao wooden bowl for food. Used for soups or stews. Made of Lapidikon wood which leaves no bitter taste on food. Dark, round base, bowl curves out from bottom.
Wooden crossbow. Narrow and tall, with one end tapering to a wider flat end. Wooden pin inserted in middle of bow toward the tip. Missing part?
Wood statue of buddha-like man carrying bag over his shoulder, standing on flat wooden base.
'Ayud' is loosely woven basket which acts as drainer when family's spoons are washed.
Ceremonial drum used in harvest festivals to accompany gong. Bangtinum wood with deer hide head attached by woven bamboo.
Shell buttons with loops to fasten onto fabric.
Wooden bowl used for soups or stews. Made of Lapidikon wood which leaves no bitter taste of food. Shape of four lobes.
Set of wooden boxes which nest inside each other. Indented rings on outside edge, wood grain on top.
Carved wooden shoe with brown leather upper. Shoe is backless with carved out sole. White and black leather stitching.
Two halves of light wood held together with two braided wicker strands, braided rope attached to lower part.
Tightly woven covered baskets made of nite vine for keeping threshed rice ready for cooking. Various shades of brown, widest in the middle, round lid lifts back, top handle.
Iron blade, lower half is wood covered with sheet metal, fingerhold in center of handle.
Thin reeds tied together with braided thong.
Wooden strap, round knob end with half moon and crisscross incisions colored red and blue. Rest of strap is squared with blunt end.
Wooden quiver filled with approximately 35 arrows.