This one-of-a-kind Blue Highland Design Bilum by Among Equals was lovingly woven by Elsa Kavin in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
Woven using acrylic fibre
Large size body and long strap length
Each pattern weaves a story of the life of the artisan
This pattern is based on the skin pig design
Hand made pom and tassel in black
Made from wool
Meet the Weaver:
Handmade in Goroka in the Eastern Highlands. This Bilum was lovingly woven by Elsa Kavin in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
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About The Brand
Among Equals was founded by textile designer, Caroline Sherman, in 2015 after she fell in love with the craft of Bilum bags, which were on display at an annual Pacific Trade and Invests show in Sydney.
In 2015, Caroline made her first trip to Papua New Guinea to immerse in the weavers' world and view their annual Bilum Festival held in Goroka. During her travels, she met women from different regions and the idea for the Among Equals endeavour was cemented. Today, the brand works with communities across Papua New Guinea, including the Goroka, Mount Hagen, Telefomin and Madang regions, and is proud to count more than 600 weavers in its fold.
Through its trade of Bilum, Among Equals is dedicated to improving the communities' well-being, including funding and construction of Blue Haus, a safe shelter for the weavers to come together, learn and weave.