Jamaica Markets Corp.

Anya Trays in Green

₱2,300

The Anya Trays in Green are made by the Daraghuyan Tribe, a community found nestled deep in the Kitanglad Mountains. The strips of abacá fiber (also known as “Manila Hemp”) are extracted from leaf-stems and dyed with ingenious plants before the weaving preparations begins. The attractive, geometric pattern of the weave, in rich, bold colors form a striking organiser for your essentials. Sold individually, but stacking them gives a charming, layered look well-suited to any home.


  • Materials: Abaca fiber
  • Color: Green
  • Large: 14" width x 24" length x 1 1/2" thickness
  • Medium: 10" width x 20" length x 1 1/2"thickness 
  • Small: 8" width x 16" length x 1 1/2" thickness
  • Sold per piece.
  • Ships from Cebu.
This tray is nestled deep in the Kitanglad Mountains , the home of the Daraghuyan Tribe. The community thrives in the abundance of abaca or "Manila hemp" in their forest, a plant that is endemic to the Philippines. The strips of fiber are extracted from leaf-stems and dyed with ingenious plants before the weaving preparations begins. The community honours the gift from nature through a thanksgiving ritual blessing every fiber with gratitude. Set on a vertical loom, the weaver then weaves Abaca Pananggabol around these cool months to prevent breakage of the fiber.

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