(left) A traditional muneca male ‘doll’ fully woven out of the same shredded palm as the baskets and masks. All vegetal colors show a traditional design on his chin. upper body and legs. Colorful stripes decorate his torso, and he is completed with a head piece and a colorful loincloth.
(right) A muneca female ‘doll’ fully woven with long black hair, a crown of feather designs, and her body decorated with the traditional ‘tattoos’ that run from the jaw line down. She wears a colorful ‘paruma’ skirt, as the weavers still wear today.
5″ W x 13″ H, by the Cunana Family Weavers, a mother/daughter team who spends 2 months weaving each pair. Sold individually $600 each.
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