Rock art research in Bolivia is still in its initial stages, if we consider the lack of an exact chronology and the lack of intensive investigations in many regions. There is very limited state funding for investigations of the country’s rich archaeological heritage, so it is left to a private scientific institution, Sociedad de Investigacion del Arte Rupestre de Bolivia.

Bolivian rock art comprises a wealth of petroglyphs and rock art paintings in small caves and rock shelters, on vertical cliffs and on large boulders. The rock art is concentrated mainly in the Andean region and in the eastern lowlands, whilst in the northern lowlands (the departments of Pando and Beni ) a few sites are known that consist of engravings, mostly on rocks alongside or near rivers.

Archaeological work and rock art found in Bolivia belong to all periods from at least the Late Preceramic (c. 2000–1500 BC) and till the Colonial-Republican period (AD 1540–1850).
A very long sequence of rock art is evident in different styles or traditions and superimpositions.
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  • 100% OEKO-TEX® Fine European Linen, 220 gram/sm, Washed
  • Size: S – M (see the attached diagram)
  • Dress color: Black
  • Image color: White Face, Red Heart and Golden Crown
  • Dress weight (by feeling): Medium
  • Has Pockets
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Long Sleeveless Pinafore Linen dress

Long Sleeveless Pinafore Linen dress
Hand Made and hand Painted
100% OEKO-TEX® Fine European Linen, 220 gram/sm, Washed
Size: S – M (see the attached diagram)
Dress color: Black
Image color: White Face, Red Heart and Golden Crown
Dress weight (by feeling): Medium
Has Pockets
Length of the straps:
Dress RAL code:

Care Guide

Turn the garments inside out.

Wash them in cold water with a mild detergent (hand wash or gentle cycle on your washing machine at 30-40°C or 86-104°F)

This is very important: DO NOT USE FABRIC SOFTENER! It will eventually ‘eat’ the paint away.

After washing lay your item flat to dry or hang it up, to drip dry. Do not put the painted side towards direct sunlight.

Nevertheless that linen does not need ironing, because one can wear it “raw”, if it gets too “crushed”, then turn the item inside out before ironing it. Please do not use steam on the painted part. Put a cloth or a sheet of baking paper in-between.

Do not use bleach!

Do not Dry Clean!

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