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  1. Wool lap throw blanket, 'Horizons' Wool lap throw blanket, 'Horizons'

    Wool lap throw blanket, 'Horizons'

    SuWith this blanket the Yurivilca family honors the city of Ayacucho, renowned for its exceptional ceramic artistry. This hand-woven piece is designed after the cloaks worn in Ayacucho, as it seems to mirror the color of clay as well as the polychrome wizardry that accompanies a finished piece. 

    Small enough to be a lap robe, it is styled after the mantas, or "cloaks" worn in Ayacucho and sometimes used to carry babies.

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    $39.95
  2. Wool lap throw blanket, 'Highland Spring' Wool lap throw blanket, 'Highland Spring'

    Wool lap throw blanket, 'Highland Spring'

    The Yurivilca Family takes their inspiration from Jauja, the first capital of colonial Peru located in Junín. Conjuring the array of wildflowers that bloom in spring, they weave a colorful wool throw. Red borders are cheerful and bright. 

    Small enough to be a lap robe, it is styled after the mantas, or "cloaks" worn in Ayacucho and sometimes used to carry babies.

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    $39.95

  3. Wool lap throw blanket, 'Gachakata Stripes' Wool lap throw blanket, 'Gachakata Stripes'

    Wool lap throw blanket, 'Gachakata Stripes'

    Subtly shading from one radiant color to another, this brilliant blanket makes a focal point in any décor. A black background heightens the drama of this lovely work. Hand-woven by the Yurivilca Family in the traditional Ayacucho style, it is decorated with tassels. The name, Gachakata, is Quechua for "blanket." 

    Small enough to be a lap robe, it is styled after the mantas, or "cloaks" worn in Ayacucho and sometimes used to carry babies.

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    $39.95
  4. Tibetan OM Pendant

    Tibetan Om Pendant

    Attractive circular-shaped silver pendant with a background of semiprecious coral with the inlaid symbol for the sacred sound Om.  Handcrafted in Nepal.

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    $39.00

  5. Tibetan_Kalachakra_Mandala_Pendant

    Tibetan Kalachakra Mandala Pendant

    A stunning circular pendant made from sterling silver with inlaid semi-precious stones of coral, turquoise and lapis in the mandala center design.   This design is said to be representative of the Kalachakra mandala.  Handcrafted in Nepal.

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    $39.00

  6. Spiritual_Temples-Laser_Print

    Spiritual Temples-Laser Print

    Quality Laser print of the renowned Peruvian artist Pablo Amaringo. A portion of the profit supports Amaringo's Usko-Ayar School of Painting in Peru. Learn More
    $44.00

  7. Shipibo_Pillow_Cover_-_Small Shipibo_Pillow_Cover_-_Small

    Shipibo Pillow Cover - Small

    The pattern on this beautifully hand-painted Shipibo-Conibo pillow cover is referred to by the artist as Visions of Pachamama. The pattern provides protection against infirmities. This striking pillow cover could be used singly or as a set. It has an overlapping opening in back to insert a pillow or padding. Peru. Learn More
    $38.00

  8. Shipibo_Amazon_Jungle_Quempo_Bowl_-_5_In.

    Shipibo Amazon Jungle Quempo Bowl - 5 In.

    For the Shipibo, pottery is distinctly female work.  Quempo is how the Shipibo refer to this type of flaring bowl, also known in the jungle as mocahua.  It is used to used to drink masato, a thick, yucca-based drink and for other fluids and therefore has external water-related motifs. The thin walls of this bowl are elegantly constructed so that the rim is narrower than the body.  A face is painted over slight protrusions of pottery for the eyes, nose, chin and ears.  Beautifully painted with fine Shipibo artistic patterns, typical of their work. Slight variations occur due to the handmade nature of this item.  Made by Shipibo women of Peru.

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    $35.00

  9. Reversible Naga Wool Shawl

    Reversible Naga Wool Shawl

    Our beautifully styled, soft, lightweight and roomy woolen shawl is suitable for use as a lap throw too.  The undulating pattern evokes a slithering serpent or naga. One color and design on one side and their opposite on the reverse. The shawl is usually draped around and over the shoulders and chest.  Twisted black yarn fringe on two edges. Take the chill off and get comfortable and cozy.  Made by skilled crafts people of Kathmandu Nepal.

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    $35.00

  10. Puma Yachay (Wisdom of the Puma)-Laser Print

    Puma Yachay (Wisdom of the Puma)-Laser Print

    Quality Laser print of the renowned Peruvian artist Pablo Amaringo. A portion of the profit supports Amaringo's Usko-Ayar School of Painting in Peru. Learn More
    $44.00

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