detail from Labels for Hair Ribbons by Manuel Ocampo a delectable selection of oriental appetizers
Thursday, July 01, 2004


: . Book of the Month

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Consuming Passions: Philippine Collectibles
edited by Jaime C. Laya
Pasig City: Anvil Publishing Inc., 2003
Hardcover, 392 pages
ISBN 9712714004
Php 1,200.00, US $24.00-$60.00

Reviews:
The Passion of Collecting by Ophelia A. Dimalanta
Collectorama by Eric S. Caruncho

Order (RP, US)

Table of Contents
Excerpt: The "Imeldific" Collector by Jaime C. Laya


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Related Sites:

Philippine Philatelist -- Administered by Abraham Luspo, Jr., this award-winning site features hundreds of images, all with detailed captions, of Philippine stamps from the Spanish colonial period to the present. Also includes The Philippines. Then! -- an album of 200 stereocards from the Spanish-American War, the Philippine-American War, and the early years of the American colonial period -- as well as Philippine Birds -- a selection of ornithological prints from the 18th and 19th centuries. Updated monthly.

ALTACO -- Antique Luzon Tribal Art Connoisseurs Organisation -- Administered by Andrew Anderson, this site is devoted to the study and appreciation of the art and culture of Northern Luzon's ethnic groups. Includes a whole gamut of resources -- images, articles, references, news, and links -- all frequently updated. Also feautures an online marketplace offering made to order or print on demand books, a cd-rom on Kalinga costumes, as well as period photographs. Culturally sensitive and historically informed, the site bears little trace of the primitivism or exoticism that afflicted many nineteenth century and early twentieth century "tribal art" enthusiasts.

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