Barong Knife or Sword with a metal blade and handle made of wood with eight bands of woven fibers and metal around the wood. The blade has the "leaf" shape characteristic of a Barong. The blade is slightly bent about 8.5 cm above the handle of the blade. The grip measures about 15 cm in length and is curved at the bottom. The top of the grip has a small amount of ornamental carving. The blade has some scratching and signs of rusting. Blade is still fairly sharp.
Barong Knife or Sword with Sheath. It is made of metal and wood. The grip is 8.1 cm of wood with 8.5 cm of metal below decorated top and bottom with incised bands. The blade is curved with the "leaf" shape characteristic of a barong. An "E" has been engraved into the blade near the grip. The blade is relatively free of rust. The blade is marked at the top "ESK106" on white-out. The sheath is made of two pieces of wood, slightly "T" shaped with slight ornamentation to the top and bottom. The sheath is bound together with string near the top and bottom. The bottom string may be original. The top string is nearly certainly a later addition to keep the pieces together. The sheath is marked at the top "ESK106A" on white-out.
Small basket, appears to be made of small strips of woven bamboo. Basket top and bottom are very tight and in excellent condition. A display tag found with item states: "Igorot Rattan root basket. Worn on back of head, held in place by a cord attached at both sides and passing across forehead, usually hidden by the front hair." Lid is slightly rounded. The Igorot are any of several related peoples inhabiting the mountains of Northwest Luzon, Philippines; a people inhabiting the Mountain Province South of Kalinga.
Knife sheath of woven rattan for a curved blade. One side of the top opening has a loop of twisted cord. The other side of the top opening has an approximately 72 cm length of the same twisted cord with a knot at the end. Tag reads, "SING-EE FISH KNIFE WOVEN RATTAN SHEATH."
Kris sheath, "T" shaped, made of brown wood. It is constructed of two pieces fitted together and then braided pieces of bamboo are wrapped around the two pieces to hold it together. The top and bottom of the sheath are sort of fan-shaped. The piece on the bottom is unusually large. On the top, there is a piece of white string tied and connected to the tip pieces of the sheath.