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Old 12th October 2020, 02:37 PM   #1
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Sharing one of our two 'tukew' bolos from Southern Palawan.

It has an OAL of 28" and a 22-inch blade (very long)

The hilt: wood with engraved 'heart-shaped' decor at the tip of the pommel.

Blade: slim-type profile blade with metal punto.

Scabbard: light wood with design engravings and a suspension rope passes through a provision for fastening the blade to the waist, Nylon fastenings on the scabbard.


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