1960s Mexican Kuna Mola Tunic


Description:  1960s Mexican Kuna Mola Tunic

  • – This is a great example of a unique type of embroidery work done by the indigenous Kuna Mola people of the San Blas islands off of the coast of Central America.  The panel of raised appliquee and embroidery is stitched to the bodice of a bright orange cotton tunic in the classic style of the late 1960s/early 1970s.  It is a joyous piece, and these pieces from this period are very hard to find.  There is some silght wear to the neckline and a small discoloration, otherwise it is in good vintage condition.

Condition: Good

Marterial:  Cotton

Wear: Consistent with age

Period : 1970’s


Shoulder to Shoulder : 16”

Bust: 40”

Waist: 40”

Hips: 50”

Sleeve Length: 19”

Shoulder to hem Length: 28”

Please feel free to ask questions as all sales are final, and returns will not be accepted.  This piece has been dry cleaned and is ready to wear.

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