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Old 17th September 2020, 12:25 PM   #1
tanaruz
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Default TENEGRE BOLO

Hi friends,

Our first tenegre bolo/blade from Panay.
The OAL: 29 inches/ with a 23-inch blade
Linamay blade profile
sheath: wood, with Ilonggo design with leather throat and a flat material (don;t know what this is) for the scabbard
hilt: with figural binukay (marandig/undead) diety

Enjoy,

Yves
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Old 17th September 2020, 11:46 PM   #2
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Hi friends,

Our first tenegre bolo/blade from Panay.
The OAL: 29 inches/ with a 23-inch blade
Linamay blade profile
sheath: wood, with Ilonggo design with leather throat and a flat material (don;t know what this is) for the scabbard
hilt: with figural binukay (marandig/undead) diety

Enjoy,

Yves


Nice sample! Although I don't think tenegre should be labeled as 'bolo,' which connotes utility use. The tenegre are fighting blades of Panay. The 'bolo' of Panay would be the binangon and other sanduko.
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