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Colombia

Yellow Mopa Mopa

€220,00 EUR

In the Amazon rainforest in the south west of Colombia, a tree called Mopa-Mopa grows.

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Product information

Location of Origin
Colombia

Community
Los Pastos

Techniques

  • Grass varnish

Materials

  • Mopa Mopa
  • wood

Dimensions

30x18 cm

All of our pieces are made by artisan communities from different parts of the world, and each one takes several days of love to finish. In most cases they are unique pieces and in others they are very limited quantities where they will never be made in series. Due to the nature of their creation they will never be identical to each other.

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More about this piece

Location of Origin

Colombia

Community

Los Pastos

Techniques

  • Grass varnish

Materials

  • Mopa Mopa
  • wood

Dimensions

30x18 cm

Colombia

A unique piece from Los Pastos

A plant that provides a sticky resin twice a year. Where, thanks to its versatility, indigenous peoples can use the Grass Varnish technique with that resin to decorate different objects with flat or relief surfaces, in various materials that to this day is preserved as an ancient technique by los Pastos people.

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