Silahis Arts and Artifacts Products

Table runner red 1
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Red Yakan Runner (1 Meter)
PHP  1,200.00
7
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BINALI ROUND TABLE
PHP  8,190.00
2
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IRAYA DRUM
PHP  10,500.00
9
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HAPAO LAMP
PHP  5,915.00
Iraya tray perspective
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Iraya Large Oval Basin
PHP  5,910.00
Iraya round tray big perspective
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Iraya Round Tray ( Shallow)
PHP  2,128.00
Iraya round tray small perspective
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Iraya Round Tray
PHP  1,300.00
Oval tray perspective
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Iraya Oval Tray
PHP  1,500.00
Iraya straight jar front
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Iraya Straight Jar (Big)
PHP  4,000.00
Iraya small straight jar front
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Iraya Straight Jar (Small)
PHP  1,200.00
Sinaluancloth2
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Sinaluan Runner 2 (1 meter)
PHP  1,200.00
Sinaluancloth3
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Sinaluan Runner 3 (1 meter)
PHP  1,200.00
Sinaluancloth9
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Sinaluan Runner 4 (2 meter)
PHP  2,400.00
Yakan orange
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Yakan Runner 5 (1 meter)
PHP  1,200.00
Yakancloth2
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Yakan Runner 2 (2 meter)
PHP  2,400.00
Yakancloth3
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Yakan Runner 3 (2 meter)
PHP  2,400.00
Yakancloth4
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Yakan Runner 4 (2 meter)
PHP  2,400.00
Yakancloth5
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Yakan Runner 5 (2 meter)
PHP  2,400.00
Philippines basketry book
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Basketry Book
PHP  2,160.00
Capiz oval placemats w gold rim
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Capiz Oval Placemat w/ Gold rim
PHP  480.00
Manansala placemats 2
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Good Old days Placemats
PHP  480.00
Kamagongspoons
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Kamagong Sugar Spoon
PHP  540.00
Manansala placemats 1
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Manansala Placemats
PHP  600.00
Palawan fish
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Palawan Fish
PHP  540.00
Jeepney blueroof
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Philippine Jeepney (Blue & Red)
PHP  1,560.00
Sinaluancloth1
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Sinaluan Runner 1 (1 meter)
PHP  1,200.00
Tikog traveling bag
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Tikog Travelling Bag
PHP  4,200.00
T nalak tote bag
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T'nalak Tote bag
PHP  660.00
Yakancloth7
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Yakan Runner (1 meter)
PHP  1,200.00
Yakancloth1
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Yakan Runner (2 meters)
PHP  2,400.00
Palawan mini tengkop
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Palawan Mini Tengkop
PHP  1,600.00

Dedicated to the development of a deeper understanding of the many faceted heritage of the Philippines and its peoples

Silahis or Orient Rays is a tagalog term which reflects the Malay influence on the Philippines. Since 1966, Silahis Arts and Artifacts (now housed in Silahis Center) is dedicated to the development of a deeper understanding of the many faceted heritage of the Philippines and its peoples, through a greater appreciation of their culture and crafts. Indigenous designs, native resources, and the spirit that has used them in everyday life are the principles of our concern; comprehensive uses and fine craftsmanship the object of our inquiry; a better understanding of the Filipino people our goal.

Since being established in 1966, we have been engaged in designing, producing, wholesaling, retailing and exporting the finest of handmade Philippine products. In 1985 we constructed Silahis Center in Intramuros, Manila to provide a worthy showroom in which you can visit the entire archipelago and learn something of Philippine life and history. The main building was designed to approximate the home of the landed gentry or the Ilustrados, in the late 19 th century. Known as the Bahay na bato or House of Stone.

All of the following are in the one building.

  • Silahis Arts and Artifacts has crafts and artifacts from throughout the archipelago.
  • Chang Rong Antique Gallery acknowledges China as our oldest trading partner and excavated Chinese porcelain as our oldest artifacts
  • Galeria De Las Islas noted that Spain introduced the fine and decorative arts to the country.
  • Tradewinds is cultural bookshop specializing in the history literature, travel, culture of the Philippines, Asia and the Pacific.