Male Peruvian Doll with Valicha Attire

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Here at Tinkuy, we like to sell items that are meaningful for those who make them and for their potential buyers. The one on this page features the look a male wears when he is about to dance a popular Huayno song called "Valicha." He wears a chullo hat, a hat (which can also be left floating behind your back), a shirt, a vest, pants and sandals. The clothes of this Valicha dancer doll was made with the same techniques that are used to made the clothes of a real one.

As for "Valicha", the song, it is a Peruvian Huayno composed by a poet named Miguel Angel Hurtado Delgado to honour a lady called Valeriana, or Valicha, who was the most beautiful woman in her town. Authors don't seem to agree whether Miguel and Valicha were lovers or whether the poet suffered from an infatuation but it doesn't matter. Miguel still left us one of the most remarkable Huayno songs of the 20th century.

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    Male Peruvian Doll with Valicha Attire

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    Here at Tinkuy, we like to sell items that are meaningful for those who make them and for their potential buyers. The one on this page features the look a male wears when he is about to dance a popular Huayno song called "Valicha." He wears a chullo hat, a hat (which can also be left floating behind your back), a shirt, a vest, pants and sandals. The clothes of this Valicha dancer doll was made with the same techniques that are used to made the clothes of a real one.

    As for "Valicha", the song, it is a Peruvian Huayno composed by a poet named Miguel Angel Hurtado Delgado to honour a lady called Valeriana, or Valicha, who was the most beautiful woman in her town. Authors don't seem to agree whether Miguel and Valicha were lovers or whether the poet suffered from an infatuation but it doesn't matter. Miguel still left us one of the most remarkable Huayno songs of the 20th century.

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