Beaded Kolon Tassle Earrings

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This handmade beaded pair of earrings capture the droplets of kolon (rain) that constantly feed the waters of Lake Sebu and sustains the life of the Tboli community around it. Tboli have mastered the art of Temool Lemimet (Tboli beading) which yields intricate patterns

Each of our earrings is handmade in small batches to showcase the highest quality Tboli craftsmanship available. Naturally, this means your jewelry will have small imperfections and a unique character to it.

  • Proudly designed and handcrafted by the Tboli artisans of Lake Sebu, South Cotabato
  • Sesotunawa beaded jewelry supports the livelihood of Indigenous women and mother artisans
  • Made with beads and waxed thread
  • Brass hooks
  • Height is 5.21 inches
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With love and wear, our brass accessories will naturally darken over time. Re-polish with vinegar, ketchup, or a paste of lemon juice and baking soda. Rinse with warm water, then wipe dry until shiny and new again!
Tboli Beaded Kolon Tassle Earrings - Sesotunawa

Sesotunawa

Sesotunawa is a Tboli Indigenous-owned social enterprise that celebrates the stories of Lake Sebu through Temwel (Tboli brass casting) and Temool Lemimet (Tboli beading). Sesotunawa’s co-founder and master brass caster is Kuya Joel, who learned the art of Temwel by helping his grandmother roll wax and cast brass in her workshop. Sesotunawa is named after the Tboli virtue that translates into “the spirit of working together”.

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