Rolling mountains carpeted with lush rainforests, life-giving waters flowing through the land—this is South Cotabato in Mindanao. Its pristine beauty is a testament to the stewardship and creativity of the Indigenous peoples, Lumad, who’ve called it home for centuries.
Known as the “Land of the Dreamweavers”, South Cotabato is where you’ll find Lake Sebu. Here is home base for the Tboli, an Indigenous group celebrated as visionary craftspeople: brass-casters (Tau Temwel), beaders, woodcarvers (Tau Mokoyo), and Dreamweavers.
Through their art, the Tboli tell stories about their way of life, their folklore, and their spiritual connection to nature.
Our South Cotabato Jewelry Collection showcases the best of Tboli craftsmanship that Lake Sebu inspires.