Hand woven male and female dolls reflecting the traditional dress and decorations of the Wounaan couple. The female is wearing her paruma (colorful skirt), is topless with decorative temporary tattoos, and the male is holding a staff, also decorated with a loin cloth. One mother/ daughter team weaves each pairs over 2 months.
Size & Technique: 4.5″ W x 12.5″ H (each), silk-stitch technique creating a soft, silky feel to the finished piece. Each figure is held on a thin black doll stand so they display upright.
2 months in construction.