The silver-coloured belt is made from the dollar coin. A maximum of three are used, which is one around the waist and the other two above the tangkong.
Hip-belt of approximately 84 brass rings on rattan strings. In olden days, three tangkong are worn together, alternately strung with red (hindagang), black (initom) and red rattan strings for unmarried women and all black for married women. The string is always “bare” somewhere at the back to avoid asampon (lack of breathing space).
Metal belt to tighten or secure the traditional skirt tapi/gonob at the waist.
Pinakol Vinusak 12 Strings Necklace (Available in various colours)RM47.00
Litai Vinusak 4 Strings Necklace (Available in various colours)RM20.00
Pinakol 15 Strings (Two Tone Colour) Available in various coloursRM95.00
Litai Vinusak 2 Strings Necklace (Available in various colours)RM10.00
Pinakol 15 Strings Necklace (Traditional Colours)
Rungus beaded shoulder bands. The most distinctive accessory in the Rungus traditional attire which are two 6cm to 8cm wide bands of beads, the pinakol, worn crosswise over the chest and back. Both men and women wear them. Motif used for the part that is seen on the chest is geometric in form as well as a depiction of human, floral or animal form. It symbolizes bravery, a new beginning or sometimes tells a story.
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