Caraja Tribe Brasil Tanga Handwoven Palm Fiber and Seeds Covering for Private Parts Both Men and WomenThere are three tribes in Brazil who still wear this style "Tanga" -a covering for the private areas - that can be worn on the front or back. The Aumeri-atrorari of Para and the Santareimaue and Caraja of Mato Grosso still use this incredible hand-worked style of covering. The palm fiber is Tukuma and the seeds are of Meru, Olho de Cabra and Palmeira. There is no front or back side, they are the same on each side. This is an authentic piece, not made for the tourist market. If you are a collector of South American Amer-Indian pieces, this is definitely an item worth picking up to add to your collection. It measures approx. 12" across at widest point, 6.50" across at bottom and 6" long with seed fringe. The ties, including the woven covering measure 41". It weighs a hefty 13.3 ounces. Ships FREE USPS Priority domestically and USPS First Class International FREE.
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