The traditional lingling-o symbol combined with the Ifugao bulul or rice diety.
Handmade by the Ifugao in the Corderilla mountains of the Philippines, the lingling-o is a centuries-old symbol of fertility and luck since the Metal Age of the Philippines from 500-1000 AD. The negative space formed within the solid pendant is often interpreted to represent the internal female reproductive system.
Because these are handmade, each one has slight differences and individual markings.
- Size: 1.2" x 7/8" pendant. Adjustable cord.
- Make: Hand-crafted and individually-made upcycled brass, leather cord. Because these are handmade, each one has slight differences and individual markings.
- Care: With a soft cloth, polish with baking soda and lemon. Keep dry.