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Soft Sculpture Doll, Otavalan Mother with Daughter showing off the Indigenous Dress Style 7" x 4" x 3"

Bolivia
$24.00

Soft Sculpture Doll, Otavalan Mother with Daughter showing off the Indigenous Dress Style  7" x  4" x  3"

Music groups from Otavalo, known as conjuntos, have been instrumental (pun intended) in establishing the traditional Andean sound as a force in the world music scene. Generally the men play percussion and wind instruments, as well as Western stringed instruments. Men and women sing traditional songs, both in Quechua and Spanish.

Women wear embroidered white blouses (camisas), shawls (rebozos), black-wrap skirts (anakus), gold-coloured bead necklaces (walkas) and red-bead bracelets (maki watana), with their hair wrapped up in strips of woven cloth (cintas). Men and Women wear alpargatas, sandals made from the fibre of the penko cactus.

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Soft Sculpture Doll, Otavalan Mother with Daughter showing off the Indigenous Dress Style  7" x  4" x  3"

Music groups from Otavalo, known as conjuntos, have been instrumental (pun intended) in establishing the traditional Andean sound as a force in the world music scene. Generally the men play percussion and wind instruments, as well as Western stringed instruments. Men and women sing traditional songs, both in Quechua and Spanish.

Women wear embroidered white blouses (camisas), shawls (rebozos), black-wrap skirts (anakus), gold-coloured bead necklaces (walkas) and red-bead bracelets (maki watana), with their hair wrapped up in strips of woven cloth (cintas). Men and Women wear alpargatas, sandals made from the fibre of the penko cactus.

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SKU: DOLL13
Availability: 5" x 4" x 3"
Width: 6.00
Height: 6.00
Depth: 3.00