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Dinalulu | Covered box

Ifugao , 20th century

Origin

Ifugao Province

Medium

Wood

Dimensions

23 x 18 x 11.5 cm

Collection

Ethnographic Materials

Description

The dinalulu or pig-bowl is a typical container used by the Ifugao to store food and precious salt, obtained through trade with coastal communities. This example has four short feet and two crudely carved animal heads, with slits for mouths and etched eyes.

Acknowledgement

Ayala Museum Collection

Location

Museum Storage

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