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Philippine ancestral gold

Florina H. Capistrano-Baker

Philippine ancestral gold

by Florina H. Capistrano-Baker

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Published by Ayala Foundation, NUS Press in Makati City, Philippines, Singapore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Florina H. Capistrano-Baker ; essays by Florina H. Capistrano-Baker, John Guy, John Miksic ; contributions by Jamie Kelly, Warren Peterson, Ditas R. Samson
The Physical Object
Pagination300 p. :
Number of Pages300
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24854147M
ISBN 109789718551745, 9789718551721
LC Control Number2011308093

14 thoughts on “Original Black Filipinos: The Negritos of Philipines” Sadi says: the two native groups in the Philippines, and all the gold and silk worn. My mothers family and our ancestral home in the Philippines is on the coast. My great uncles would dive off of high cliffs holding their breath, they were pearl divers.   The exhibit features exquisite pieces of gold jewelry and adornments found by one Berto Morales in a shallow mound in Surigao del Sur sometime in Over the following decades, many of the major pieces that Morales and others found, were reassembled and finally came home to roost at the Ayala Foundation Museum in Makati and the Bangko Sentral .

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The book 'Philippine Ancestral Gold' situates more than 1, gold objects recovered in the Philippines from the s to within the context of early Southeast Asia. Many of these treasures were found in association with tenth-to-twelfth century Chinese export ceramics.5/5(1).

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Philippine ancestral gold. [Florina H Capistrano-Baker; John Guy; John N Miksic] Philippine ancestral gold. Makati City, Philippines: Ayala Foundation ; Singapore: NUS Press, © Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Florina H Capistrano-Baker; John Philippine ancestral gold book John N Miksic.

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Winner of the 31st Philippine National Book Awards for Design. Philippine Ancestral Gold features more than 1, gold objects that were recovered in the Philippines from the s to and now form part of the collection of the Ayala Museum in Manila.

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“The rich didn’t have to work,” says Martin Tinio, co-author of the coffee-table book “Philippine Ancestral Houses.” “There were fiestas every month in every town. “Philippine Ancestral Gold” is edited and authored by Florina Capistrano-Baker, former Ayala Museum director, co-written by John Miksic and John Guy, curator of South and Southeast Asian Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

The book also features images by photographer Neal Oshima. Illustrations in a book from around called “The Boxer Codex,” on view in the exhibition, depict indigenous people wearing ostentatious gold adornments over flowing, colorful garments.

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