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  • Gayaman (Centipede) Pendant

    $20.00

    The Gayaman, Centipede. This motif suggests that the wearer bears the speed and strength of the centipede. That the wearer is but one leg among many, moving together toward a common goal as a community.

    Designed by Pyrographer and Artisan, Ray Haguisan of Kapuwa
    Laser Engraved by Calia Designs

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  • KA (Unity) / TaTao People Motif Pendant

    $20.00

    KA-TaTao is an interpretation of this motif/pattern with the inclusion of the Baybayin character KA. Presented to you as an exclusive pendant piece. The KA character is iconic as it represents unity. The confluence of this pattern and the KA represent unity and the connection with others, community and the Anitos.

    Bayani Art X Kapuwa
    Designed by Pyrographer and Artisan, Ray Haguisan of Kapuwa
    Laser Engraved by Calia Designs

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  • KA (Unity) / Bayani (Warrior,Leader) Pendant

    $20.00

    Kapuwa X Bayani, a collaboration of the bittersweet struggle for national and individual identity. Malaya, meaning free, a free people. Bayani, meaning warrior, leader or hero.

    Bayani Art X Kapuwa
    Designed by Pyrographer and Artisan, Ray Haguisan of Kapuwa
    Laser Engraved by Calia Designs

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  • Kasaysayan (Our Story) / KA (Unity) Pendant

    $35.00

    Kapuwa X Bayani, “To foretell the destiny of a nation, it is necessary to open the book that tells of her past.”  Jose Rizal

    Bayani Art X Kapuwa
    Designed by Pyrographer and Artisan, Ray Haguisan of Kapuwa

  • Katipunan (Sons of the People) / KA (Unity) Pendant

    $35.00

    Kapuwa X Bayani, Katipunan, officially known as the Kataastaasan Kagalanggalang na Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan or the KKK, was an organization founded on 7 July 1892 by Andres Bonifacio, Ladislao Diwa, Teodoro Plata and a few others, with the vision of completely separating the Philippines from Spain after declaring the country’s independence.

    Bayani Art X Kapuwa
    Designed by Pyrographer and Artisan, Ray Haguisan of Kapuwa

  • Maypagasa (There is Hope) Pendant

    $20.00

    Kapuwa X Bayani, a collaboration of the bittersweet struggle for national and individual identity. Malaya, meaning free, a free people. Bayani, meaning warrior, leader or hero.

    Bayani Art X Kapuwa
    Designed by Pyrographer and Artisan, Ray Haguisan of Kapuwa
    Laser Engraved by Calia Designs

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