Molas Four Coasters Set

The Kuna Indian women of the San Blas Archipelago, a 140-mile group of islands off the Gulf coast of Panama, have sewn and worn molas for a century or more.  Mola, a Kuna word for blouse, also refers to the decorative panels that make up parts of their traditional blouse.  Molas may be adorned with abstract or geometric shapes, plants and animals, representations of daily life, or, more recently, icons from outside cultures. 4" x 4"