The Mayari Bangle


Made by indigenous artisans in Lake Sebu, Philippines, the Mayari Bangle is a traditional T’boli brass bangle with elegant details recalling the sea and the four directions. Handmade using traditional brass casting techniques by the T’boli in Lake Sebu, Cotabato, Philippines. Named after Mayari, the goddess of the moon.

  • Size: Approximately 1.5" tall, cuff diameter 2.75".
  • Materials: Upcycled brass.
  • Make: Hand-crafted using traditional T'boli brass casting techniques.
  • Provenance: Lake Sebu, South Cotabato, Philippines - ancestral home to the T'boli and Blaan tribes.
  • Symbols: Spiral sea waves, the four directions of the wind, and Mayari, the goddess of the moon.
  • Care: With a soft cloth, polish with baking soda and lemon. Keep dry.

Read more about how these bangles were made here.

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