Ifugao Binanniya Table Runner
A table runner symbolizing wealth and nobility by Ifugao Nation from Kiangan, Ifugao. Woven by the Kiyyangan Weavers Association, these weaves help support the Save the Ifugao Rice Terraces Movement (SITMo) and its conservation work. Inspired by traditional Ifugao weaving patterns, this table runner was created to adorn the homes of all.
- Size: 144" x 17.5".
- Materials: 100% Cotton, featuring Philippine HABI farm-grown cotton.
- Make: Completely handmade using binobodan resist-dye technique and kinulduhan plain weave techniques. Handwoven on backstrap looms in the Ifugao tradition.
- Provenance: From the culture bearers at the SITMo and the Kiyyangan Weavers association in Kiangan, Ifugao.
- Patterns: Inspired by Ifugao symbol of the binanniya or lizard. In Ifugao myth, a messenger deity took on lizard form to help the first rice terrace builders locate a water source for irrigation. The symbol has been used in carvings on rice granaries to denote wealth and nobility since then.
- Care: Hand wash and air dry or dry clean. Do not cut.
- 100% of the proceeds will be used to further support Ifugao Nation.
Read more about Ifugao Nation here.