The craftsmanship of people from a local area that shows their everyday life as they are handed down from one generation to another is called folk arts. The arts and crafts of the highlands and lowlands of Luzon is composed of weaving in which they used pinya cloth to be woven into tapestries, and other garments. It also includes pottery which refers to the ceramic ware made by potters or the material of which the pottery ware is made. Carving is one of the arts and crafts in Luzon too, the bulol or the "|fugao rice god" was among the carvings made by Filipinos. Our ancestors were known to wear elaborate jewelry made of gold. It is an expression of purity and simplicity, the creation of biased, subjective vision. Until today these arts and crafts are highly valued by most of the Filipinos.