Price: $ 1,350.00
Ifugao Igorot Ginutti Wealth Belt
Philippines. Circa 1940.
Ifugao Igorot Ginutti wealth belt with hand cut conus shell disc rings and scalloped giant clam 'qupud' together with the accompanying warriors bolo knife and wooden sheath. The Ginuttu belt, fixed to a loin cloth at the waste, is a highly prized heirloom worn only by the elite Kadangyan men as a sign of wealth, prestige and power. Philippines. Circa 1940.
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Dimensions: belt measures 45 inches long, largest conus disc piece 2.5 inches diameter and scalloped 'qupud measures 4 inches diameter.
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