6.25” x 5.5”
From a metal representation of the sun god and a fragment of a woven pouch found in Peru, “Sol” was created. A board, covered with a scrap of dark burgundy suede pigskin, was glued into the center pocket of a slightly brighter leather bi-fold and the metal figure was glued against the two leathers. The front of the pouch was lined with the dark suede and a flap brought over the top. Cords were sewn across the top edges and the ends of the cords were bound together with sinew.