Native – hand made art
Native – Kuna People in Panama use art as an income base and we help by using it as an educational tool to bring awareness to the tropical forest condition and promote sustainable solutions to biodiversity and to fight
The Climate Emergency
THIS WEEKEND AUCTION TIME
STARTS: April 24 2021 07:00 ET.
ENDS: April 30 2020 24:00 ET
TO MAKE YOUR BID
Your name and email address. Just one message for 1 or multiple items
In the message, please write the item (s) code [which is with the information at the bottom of each type of art]. Second, the number (s) of the item (s) you wish to bid for [based on the starting bid].
NOTIFICATION OF YOUR BID
You will receive an email with the results of the bid by October 20 2020.
Have fun and thank you for your support!
Beadwork is a pillar of Indigenous design. One of the most common arts and crafts practiced by Native Kuna People in Panama included the decorative use of beads of various types. Their works simultaneously keep their culture’s traditions alive while providing means of livelihood. Their signature items are their bracelets and necklaces and other ornaments with animals motives (i.e. hummingbirds).
The ivory of the rainforest!
Indigenous people started carving tagua figures [usually animals] to supplement their incomes. The sculptures are a reflection of their world deep in the rainforest.
Tagua is now recognized as fine ethnic art and fast becoming highly collectible. Tagua has been considered an extremely useful resource because it could be used instead of plastic to make things such as: dices, jewelry and chess pieces.