Donor(s): Lauren Haywood
This mola is a handmade fabric panel that forms part of the traditional outfit of the Guna people. The mola originated with the tradition of Guna women painting their bodies with geometric designs, using available natural colors; in later years these same designs were woven in cotton, and later still, sewn using cloth bought from the European settlers of Panamá.
- Scheduling/Delivery information: The item will be available at the auction .
- Maximum buyers: 1
- Tentative position in Auction: Silent auction
- Bid type: The donor suggests a minimum bid of: $50.00.
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