Bontoc Warrior Doll-Regular
Bontoc Warrior Doll-Regular
Bontoc Warrior Doll-Regular
Bontoc Warrior Doll-Regular

Bontoc Warrior Doll-Regular

₱1,299.00 ₱909.30 Sale
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    • The Bontocs are one of the sub-tribes in the Cordillera region.
    • Bontoc comes from two local words, “Bun” and “Tuk” which together mean mountains.
    • The Bontoc Warriors ink their bodies with tattoo designs representing the number of heads they had taken in their traditional headhunt. 
    • The distinctive "chaklag" running upward each nipple and curved out on their shoulders to the upper arm indicate that the warrior has successfully won and taken a head in the battle.

          • 16 inches -17 inches

           

          •  Actual products would varying fabrics used.

           

           



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