Jamaica Markets Corp.

Anya Trays in Blue

₱2,300

The Anya Trays in Blue 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. Use this attractive tray made of natural materials as an organizer on your desk, on your coffee table, or on your bedside table. Sold individually, but stacking them gives a charming, layered look well-suited to any home.


  • Materials: Abaca fiber
  • Color: Blue
  • 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.
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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