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When placing a large order of a particular item that is not in stock, 50% of the total purchase is required in advance, specially on Christmas Season.
Sometimes you may see items that sold like eyeglass cases, purses, etc., however you can always order something with that particular motifs (bird, toucan, turtle, fish, lobster, crab, etc.), however the colors and the geometric could be different. Always ask me by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ready for our Thanksgiving Sale: November 19th til November 26th
20% off on large molas (Exclude Vintage), 15% on small molitas. The first 10 customers to make a purchase during the sale, will receved a free mola items (small purse, patches, small molita 7" x 7").
E-mail me with the info on the molas you want to buy and I will send you an invoice with the discount.
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All international customers welcome, 1-2 molas can ship for the same rate starting at $5.50, normally shipping is not too high on the molas, if you want to purchase several pieces always ask so I can quote a shipping rate for you, please e-mail: email@example.com
If you are hosting a party or event, and need items by quantity, I can offer you an special discount.
Every year Mola Art and Craft purchase many molas and mola items from the Kunas and all the income that they received make a big difference in the live of the Kuna Artisans, as well as their indigenous communities.
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"Arts that adorn our culture"
Mola Art began approximately 200 years ago, and since then the Kunas has been sewing molas, the designs are inspired by the fish, bird and nature, and the traditionals comes from what the womens listen in the singings of their chiefs, other molas are inspired on what they see every day, they use "sergan" which is the geometric figures around the theme, zig zag made out of the same fabric and other ideas to accent the subject on the mola.
According to Artemio Garcia, kuna merchant, the colors of these arts comes from their principal colors: the red, the black and orange.
Note: Panama was a very small country of about 2 million people, now a country of 3.2 million with all the people that are moving from Europe, Canada, USA, it is true that is becoming more sophisticated, a growing country within Central America but the sad thing about Panama is that the groups of indigenous people are left behind, many communities like the Ngobe Bugles (Bocas del Toro and Veraguas), Nasos, Teribes are asking the goverment for help to improve tourism in their towns, because there is no way out to their crafts and that is the only source of income for them and this is exactly why the sale of molas is so important for the women's of San Blas because it will open a door of opportunities for the Kuna people.
Mola Book for sale in our site- "Molas and Kuna Traditions"
This book has excellent information about the molas and the Kuna Culture.
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