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Inaul | Tubular garment

Maguindanao

Origin

Maguindanao and Sultan Kudarat

Medium

Silk

Dimensions

166 x 92 cm

Collection

Ethnographic Materials

Description

The term inaul refers to the traditional handwoven cloths of the Maguindanao people of Mindanao. It typically features colorful stripes or bands. It is usually worn as a malong or wraparound skirt, but can also be made into a sash, scarf, or other accessories. Inaul pieces are regarded as precious heirlooms and are prized over machine-made textiles.

Acknowledgement

Ayala Museum Collection | Gift of Mercedes Zobel

Location

Museum Storage

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