This colorful handmade mola from the Kunas of San Blas Island and Panama depicts a long tailed green iguana indigenous to Central and South America.
This sweet handmade mola from the Kunas of San Blas Island and Panama depicts a kinkajou, otherwise known as a honey bear, indigenous to Central and South America. The small three layered and four color all cotton handmade mola was bartered with a friend from Panama. He referred to it as “old,” in the 1970s. Fewer and fewer molas are currently made in the traditional, labor intensive, one of a kind manner such as this 8″ x 7″ piece.
Don’t know exactly how old these three whimsical and primitive folk art decoys are but we have had them for over 20 years. Painted to resemble blue gills, their bodies are made of wood and fins of tin metal. They are not only highly collectible but great pieces of primitive folk art around which to start a collection or add!
Don’t know exactly how old this whimsical primitive folk art decoy is but we have had it for over 20 years. Painted to resemble a rainbow trout, its body is made of wood and fins of tin metal. It is not only a collectible but great piece of primitive folk art around which to start a collection or add!
This one of a kind ceramic bowl with relief detail has Americana written all over it! “God Bless America” and an American Eagle are emblazoned on this piece of original folk art with aqua glaze. A true collector’s piece suitable for everyday use for your pooch or as a collectible display piece sure to spark conversation. Signed Elizabeth Smith on the bottom.