Kalesa - Lines
Most prominent during the Spanish era, the Kalesa is a horse-drawn carriage often used by rich and educated middle-class Filipinos known as Ilustrados. Kalesas are rarely used these days except in Spanish-old tourist destinations in the country like Intramuros in Manila and Calle Crisologo in Vigan.
- 20" x 20"
- Velvet (front), Woven Canvas (back)
- Bottom zip
Care instruction: Hand wash with mild soap / Dry clean
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