This was a type of crown that was made for Shipibo-Conibo chief. These are no longer made or worn. The crown is crafted from bark and a weaving. The bark is soaked in water to give it flexibility and then shaped to the wearer's head. It is hand sewn to form a circle. There is a weaving that covers the outside of the crown. It is an intricate pattern of red, blue, white, black, green, and yellow cotton yarn. Geometrical designs are common among Shipibo-Conibo culture because it holds value and meaning that represents their beliefs. The ability to translate the meaning has since been lost, but it is still commonly seen in their art.