Mola Cloth

The Cuna indians of Panama developed a unique type of applique’, the mola cloth,done mostly in small rectangles that were used as frontpiece for their blouses. Originally, molas were made in two colors, one fabric superimposed on the other and the upper one cut and sewn down. Later versions get more intricate, using more layers. Sometime some layers are prints.

Circa: Early 20th C.

Origin: Panama

Material: Cotton

Condition: Edges frayed, faded, fair

Dimensions: 16" x 21"

Inventory number: TX2932



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