Matching pair of South American dolls from Cusco in Peru wearing the traditional dress of the Quechua people. Their heads are made of painted clay (or composition). Arms and legs are made of wire covered with wool yarn. Hat made of painted cardboard and fabric. The female is holding a spindle for spinning wool. The male is holding a ceremonial staff made of painted paper. This kind of staff was originally made of wood decorated with silver and carried by community leaders.