Are you looking for Philippine stonecraft, Philippine jade or other gemstones inlaid into beautifully designed picture frames or even jewelry boxes? Then you have got to visit the Negros Oriental Arts and Heritage (NOAH) showroom in Bacong, Negros Oriental…
Last May 3, 2010 I got to meet the founder of NOAH, Ms. Divinagracia “Didi” R.Yee. She was very gracious and even offered us a tour of the production section where they showed us how they make their stonecraft.
Ms. Didi Yee even gave us some delicious chicharon and a bottle of honey-calamansi concentrate. Just 2 to 3 tablespoons in a glass of water makes for a delicious and thirst-quenching drink, perfect on a hot summer day! 🙂
Here’s a message from the NOAH founder, Ms. Didi Yee:
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And here are other photos taken at the Negros Oriental Arts and Heritage. You can get more info at their website in http://www.noahphil.com
(Just click on any photo, then press the LeftArrow or RightArrow to move from picture to picture. Press the Esc key to get out of view-photo mode. You may also press the F11 key to maximize your browser window.)
Also got to meet Dr. Ruth Eva, who is the Principal of the Divine Grace International Christian School (their temporary office is in NOAH).
If ever you visit Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, please visit the Negros Oriental Arts and Heritage in Bacong.