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    San Pedro Calungsod Statue Wood Carving in Paete, Laguna

    This is the information of devoted Catholics looking for images, statues of San Pedro Calungsod in Paete, Laguna (Tutubi's hometown).

    The Society of Jesus (SJ), commonly known as Jesuits commissioned Paete master wood carver Justino Cagayat, Jr. (Paloy) to carve the official statue of Pedro Calungsod for his canonization.

    The price of Pedro Calungsod statues is mostly based on length measurements and material used and ranges from eight inches (worth PhP350.00) to four-feet tall (cost of PhP4,000.00), made of either resin or wood.

    Resin images and statues are cheaper since they're made from moulds unlike wood and also if they're natural wood finish, varnish or colored paint complete with encarna false hair, eyes, eyebrows and eye lashes.

    Paloy Cagayat's wood carving shop is on J.V. Quesada St, the main road of Paete leading to the town plaza and Paete Church where most wood carving shops, souvenir stores and handcrafts retailers are. You can inquire there to look for wholesale contacts and prices. religious images in Tayuman, Manila and Quiapo are usually made in Paete if not from Betis Guagua Pampanga.

    will post contact details, telephone numbers, email address and official websites of wood carvers and wood carving shops once available.

    San Pedro Calugsod is the second Filipino saint, after San Lorenzo Ruiz

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 8:30 PM,


    At Jan 5, 2013, 1:45:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    sir/maam ask lang poh may biyahe poh kayo gensan to zamboanga this january 10 or 11 at ilan po ang pamasahe.. plzzz po pki sagot agad... this is my number 09436545082


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