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Waorani Hammock on sale – Nunkui Shop and Gallery

Description: Unique and beautiful hammock made by hand, woven in Chambira fiber, in Waorani territory, in the limit zone of the Yasuní National Park.

The artisan Maunela Ima, is a historic leading Waorani woman and a great artist, who has made this Hammock in a production process of approximately 3 months (from the harvest of the fiber to the fabric), it is a large and comfortable piece, which represents the territorial identity of the Waorani people, and by acquiring it you are supporting the conservation of one of the most biodiverse territories on the planet.

The Waorani, are the last indigenous group to have contact with civilization approximately 60 years ago, this indigenous tribe is recognized worldwide for fight to conserve their culture and natural resources.

Piece: Waorani Hammock
Materials: Chambira fiber (Astrocaryum chambira) and natural dyes
Artisan name: Ima
Nationality: Waorani
Dimension: 370 centimeters (145 inches)
Normal price: $280
Sale price: $240

You can see the hammock in this website link:
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