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Material Samples and Description
|abaca fiber (black, brown)
Comes from the stalks of the abaca plant (manila hemp), native to the Philippines, where due to its strength, lightness, and water resiliency, it is believed to be the strongest natural fiber in the world.
|abaca twine (black, bleached, brown)
Like the abaca fiber, it comes from the stalks of the abaca plant (manili hemp), after which the extracted fiber is weaved into twine.
Comes from the soft strips of bark from the trunk of the abaca plant. With a rougher finish, it is also known as the havana hemp or havana skin.
Comes from the fiber of the lampakanay (cattail), an aquatic perennial herb.
From recycled paper made into twine.
|capiz (white, smoked)
Capiz shells are marine mollusks common in the Philippine coastal waters and is characterized by the large thin and flat translucent shell. The shells are white outside and pearly inside and are believed to be stronger than plate glass.