National Geographic Society,
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A TINGIAN GIRL
Alone among the head hunting tribes of Luzon, the Tingian women are careful never to expose the upper part of the body, the sole exception being during the period of mourning when no upper garments are worn. They are inordinately fond of bead necklaces and of large silver ear ornaments, some of them being very beautifully made.
A TINGIAN GIRL IN MOURNING
She belongs to the more civilized branch of the tribe. Note her peculiar arm ornaments and the constriction of the forearm which they produce. This is considered very beautiful.