2010 Bets & Amy Boxel Dolls!

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Below - Country of Origin: Brazil

Description: Aniceto and Nakuahé belong to the Yanomami tribe. "Yanomami" means "people" in their language. In a village live around 80 people. They all live together in one house called “Yano.” Families live next to each other without partition walls. They do have their own fire-place around their hammocks. The Yanomami-indians paint their body and faces with red paint made out of the seeds of the urucu. The decorations are lines, dots, circles; mostly in animal patterns like snake or panther. When a child is young, the mother pierces little holes in the lips and ears for wooden sticks, feathers, flowers and leaves.

Aniceto (by Bets van Boxel) - Dollery Favorite!

Height: 20 inch / 51 cm

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Nakuahé (by Bets van Boxel) - Dollery Favorite!

Height: 21,5 inch /55 cm

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Below - Country of Origin: Burkina Faso

Description: Mairama and Barani are preparing, for the big Feshiba festival. They weave amber coloured beads and silver coins in their hair. Hands and feet are decorated with henna and their houses are painted in various colours of paint made of clay and water.

Mairama (by Bets van Boxel)

Height / Lengte: 33 inch / 84 cm

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Barani (by Bets van Boxel) - Love the positioning!

Height / Lengte: 19,5 inch / 50 cm

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Below - Country of Origin: Panama

Description: Ivanna, Alba, Sara, Noé and Kraté are Kuna-indians. They live at the “Archipiélago de San Blas” at the coast of Panama. The Kuna are the indiginous people of Panama.

They live in 49 well maintained communities, lead by the local Sahila (village chief).

The Kuna are especially known for their mola’s (Kuna word for clothing), made by Kuna woman of several layers of fabric with cut-out patterns. The mola is made into a colourful blouse with short puffy sleeves. With the mola blouse they wear a kind of big printed sarong and a typical red head scarf

Ivanna (by Bets van Boxel)

Height: 25 inch / 63 cm

LE 5

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Alba (by Bets van Boxel)

Height: 22.5 inch / 57 cm

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Sara (by Bets van Boxel)

Height: 22 inch / 55 cm

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Noé (by Amy van Boxel)

Height: 10 inch / 26 cm

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Kraté (by Amy van Boxel)

Height: 14 inch / 36 cm

LE 5

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