Woman doll – TARAHUMARA

  • Reference: EDNA1051
  • Origin: Chihuahua, Mexico
  • Period: Circa 1970
  • Height: 10 cm
  • Materials: Pine wood, cotton cloth.
  • Price: 20€

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Description

Female doll carved out of wood, representative of the Tarahumara people.

She is dressed with her traditional colorful outfit, still used nowadays in the Chihuahua state of Mexico.

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