Doll attached to square wooden base. Base reads “Santiago-Sagatepe - Quez – Antigua” and "Santiaga Caca Veke". Doll is wearing a red, blue, green, yellow, and pink embroidered shirt, woven black and white sarong and black white horizontally striped sash. Has two bunches of multicoloured thread balls around the sash. The dolls hair is black and orange and its facial features are stitched on.
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