An Ilocano inspired trinket dish influenced by traditional Ilocano weaving patterns and tribal tattoo motifs. Includes buwaya (crocodile) and uleg (snake) teeth and skin patterns to symbolize protection, plant motifs to symbolize wealth and prosperity, and rice/crop motifs to symbolize abundance and family. Designs may vary.
Hand crafted from modelling clay, painted with acrylic and sealed with a gloss varnish.
85% of sales made from all Ilocano dishes will be pooled and rotated amongst varying charities/GFMs/Mutual Aid every month.
Receipts will also be emailed at the end of every month to confirm that proceeds were donated respectfully ♡