Framed Tumi Peruvian Decor

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In the old days, tumis were ceremonial knives. Its image represent Naylamp, one of the gods of Moche culture, and quite likely its main deity. Still today, tumis in Peru are a symbol of power. As a matter of fact, Peruvian rugby team is called the "Tumis."

The wall décor we sell here are a full symbol of Peruvian culture. The background is made of cloth, and it resembles Peruvian flag. The main image of the tumi preserves all the detail of the original pieces of Moche culture, and they were embossed by hand by a quite proficient artisan. Its frame is made of wood and also contained an embossed metal border.

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    • Full view of the Peruvian tumi wall art we sell. It was handmade by artisans in Junin.
    • Detail of the bottom side of the tumi wall art. You can clearly see the emboss here.
    • Detail of the main are of the tumi wall art we sell. You can clearly notice the quality of the emboss.

    Framed Tumi Peruvian Decor

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    In the old days, tumis were ceremonial knives. Its image represent Naylamp, one of the gods of Moche culture, and quite likely its main deity. Still today, tumis in Peru are a symbol of power. As a matter of fact, Peruvian rugby team is called the "Tumis."

    The wall décor we sell here are a full symbol of Peruvian culture. The background is made of cloth, and it resembles Peruvian flag. The main image of the tumi preserves all the detail of the original pieces of Moche culture, and they were embossed by hand by a quite proficient artisan. Its frame is made of wood and also contained an embossed metal border.

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