This blanket draped only the highest among the noble class in traditional Ifugao society.
Kinuttiyan iconography depicts the different stages that the kadangyan passes through in the quest of completing the different stages of kinadangyan or nobility.
Traditionally, a person who wears the kinuttiyan has the bragging rights of having accomplished society’s requirements before occupying a position of power and privilege.The Kinuttiyan:
handdyed 100% Philippine cotton, handwoven on backstrap loom; four (4) panels of binobodan weave joined by traditional embroidery
edged on both ends by pinilli strips | 70x120inches | 1.55kg