Kuna Molas From the San Blas Islands, Panama
updated on 17 June 2017
Ethnographic Artifacts | Panama Artifacts | How to Order | Primitive Technology | contact: Ted Bailey

My family lived in the Panama Canal Zone for more than 80 years, leaving only after the Canal Zone was turned over to Panama in 1999. I purchased most of these molas directly from Cuna Indians in the San Blas Islands or from vendors in Colon in the 1960s. Many of these are quite old. Most are at least 40 years old. All are guaranteed to be authentic Kuna molas from the San Blas Islands in Panama.


All of the artifacts listed with a star will have periodic price reductions until they are sold.
Kuna Molas from the San Blas Islands in Panama
 
Item Code
Price (USD)
Description
Click on Photo(s) Below
PM53
$35
Vintage Three Layer Kuna Indian Mola with pre-Columbian Art Depicting Four Spiritual Figures in Two Circles
PM37
$34
Assorted Shell and Bead Kuna Necklaces from the San Blas Islands - 1960s
PM48
$32
Vintage Three Layer Kuna Mola with the Seal of the Canal Zone Isthmus of Panama

Hand Stitched - 1970s

PM51
$27
Vintage Two Layer Kuna Indian Mola with pre-Columbian Art Depicting Four Birds
PM50
$26
Vintage Two Layer Kuna Indian Mola with Lettering and pre-Columbian Art Depicting Animal Figures

Hand Stitched - 1970s

PM47
$20
Vintage Two Layer Kuna Indian Mola with Angry Devil's Face

Hand Stitched - 1970s

PM46
$19
Vintage Two Layer Kuna Indian Mola with pre-Columbian Art Depicting Four Bird Heads

Hand Stitched - 1970s

PM45
$18
Two Layer Kuna Indian Mola with Two Flowers (Faces in the Center of each Flower)

Hybrid Machine and Hand Stitching

PM35
$14
Vintage Two Layer Kuna Indian Mola wirh Pre-Columbian Matrix Design

Matched Set - Take 20% Discoint if You Purchase PM34 and PM35

PM44
$12
Two Layer Hand Stitched Kuna Indian Mola depicting a Pair of Sea Horses

1980s

PM52
$10
Vintage Two Layer Kuna Indian Mola with pre-Columbian Art Depicting a Two Headed Bird

Please View the Historical Ethnographic Sale Prices web page as a guide to artifact pricing.
Return to: Ethnographic Artifacts | Panama and Canal Zone | How to Order | Primitive Technology | contact: Ted Bailey