California Indian authentic ethnographic arts and crafts pow-wow booth.

KUMEYAAY Ethnographic Arts Crafts

Always a popular booth -- Shumup Ko Hup "Dream Come True" -- the world's premier source for authentic California Indian ethnographic arts and crafts featured Manuela Aguiar and her sister, Teresa, PaiPai-Kumiai artists from Santa Catarina Indian village and their handmade pottery, agave net bags, dolls.

Also available were authentic gourd rattles, Kumeyaay gourd art, Kumeyaay basketry (juncus, willow), braided rawhide ropes, horsehair ropes, honey buckets, ceremonial sage bundles, ribbon shirts, ribbon dresses, silver jewelry, basket jewelry, juncus earrings, basket pendants, leather works, Native bead art, and library of books on California Indians culture, history, arts and crafts.

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