Antique male village chief doll - QUECHUA, Andes

Male Andean village chief doll – QUECHUA

  • Reference: EDSA1071
  • Origin: Peru
  • Period: Circa 1940-1950
  • Height: 24 cm
  • Materials: Clay, cotton, wool trade cloth, wood.
  • Price: 250€

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Description


This male Andean doll represents a village chief with his “governor stick”.  Today this kind of character may still be seen in those traditional outfits.

Considered a rare antique piece.


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