• Wooden tree fork hanger 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:undated
        Format:molas
        Hanger made from wood.
      • Tree of life 1 - reverse section 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1980-1989
        Format:molas
        Reverse of a section of the Tree of Life 1.
      • Tree of life 1 - detail 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1980-1989
        Format:molas
        Detail of a section of the Tree of Life 1.
      • Airplane and parachutes - reverse section 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1967
        Format:molas
        Reverse of a section of the Airplane and Parachutes.
      • Swastika 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:undated
        Format:molas
        Four swastikas created in the late 20th century.
      • Hanger "Grandmother mola" 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1970-1979
        Format:molas
        This pattern is based on wooden tree-fork hangers tied to interior walls of Kuna thatched dwellings and used to hold clothes or household tools. Black and white molas were popular in the 1960s and 70s.
      • Manatees (sea cows) and stingray 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1980-1989
        Format:molas
        Two manatees and one stingray.
      • Healer or village leader's staff 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1901-2000
        Format:molas
        Detail of the head of the Healer or Village Leader's staff.
      • Beaded leg bands 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:undated
        Format:molas
        Two wini leg bands.
      • Standing power figure 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1970-1979
        Format:molas
        Human figure with birds and fish.
      • Fisherman, trade mola - detail 1 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1980-1989
        Format:molas
        A detailed section of the Fisherman Trade Mola.
      • RCA dog 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1970-1979
        Format:molas
        "Perro (dog) Musica" is the famous RCA advertisement of a dog listening for its master's voice.
      • Print cloth grid, trade mola 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1990-1999
        Format:molas
        This is an example of a late-1990's trend to create molas by adding minimal appliqué work to printed background cloth.
      • Bautista Misionera Union Femenil (Women's Association of the Baptist Mission) 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1990-1999
        Format:molas
        Design includes the name of the association.
      • Neon colors 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1980-1989
        Format:molas
        The fine lines and points, repeating patterns and use of letters and numbers as shapes are all design elements common to molas that women make for their own wear, while the neon colors are usually used for trade molas. ...
      • White t-shirt with mola fish 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:undated
        Format:molas
        Fish on the front. Color design on each sleeve.
      • Reverse appliqué t-shirt 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1998
        Format:molas
        T-shirts embellished with mola-style appliqué work range from shirts that are carefully designed and sewn, to those with crude renditions of "Hard Rock Cafe/San Blas".
      • Bird mola (maternity blouse) 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1990-1999
        Format:molas
        Maternity blouse worn by a mannequin.
      • Muswe (scarf) 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1998
        Format:molas
        Scarf B.
      • Tree of life 1 

        Artist(s):Unidentified artist
        Date Issued:1980-1989
        Format:molas
        Artisans worldwide have crafted trees of life designs containing various plants and animals. These Kuna trees of life are filled with monkeys. This mola is made in colors commonly used in molas that are worn by Kuna women.