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Peru's weaving heritage inspires the design of this shoulder bag by Raul Ulloa Baylon. He uses natural dyes to obtain the red, yellow, brown, green and white hues. The bag is woven on a pedal loom and closes with a magnetic button under a leather flap. The brown lined interior features two open pockets.
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Roomy natural dyed cotton cloth shoulder strap bag hand-embroidered by Peruvian Shipibo women in their mezmerizing ayahuasca vision-inspired, traditional Shipibo icaro design. Lined for extra sturdiness. Inside magnetic snap closure keeps bag shut. Measures 12 inches deep by 13 inches wide. Strap drop 24 inches. Choice of embroidery styles. Fair Trade. Hand made in Peru. Supports Indigenous culture.
Ladies sleeveless pullover top featuring beautiful traditional Shipibo painted design. Shipibo women mesmerizingly and intricately paint in detail their traditional icaro patterns by hand onto this natural cotton cloth. The cotton cloth is dyed with Mahogany bark henna. Small patch pocket on left upper front. Length measured from shoulder to bottom hem. Width measured under arm openings across front side. Handmade in Peru.
Our traditional Q'ero hand woven ch'uspakuna, or coca bag, features natural tone stripes flanking in the center woven band the motif for Inkarri, the cultural folk hero of the Incas in one of his anthropomorphic forms. A perfect and practical place to store your artes or healing stones for travel. Hand woven and sewn by Qero in the high Andes of Peru.
Narrow and deeply constructed handwoven bag is the perfect size for your sunglasses, smart phones or sacred stones. Side stripes are woven in natural shades with the center band pattern of Inti, the sun. Shoulder strap is colorful too. Bottom edging consists of three double tassels. Hand made in Peru.
Our traditional Q'ero hand woven ch'uspakuna, or coca bag, features brightly colored vertical stripes flanking in the center band the motif for Inti, or the Sun. Inti is usually depicted as a rayed diamond. Coca bags make for a perfect and practical place to store your mesa artes, or stones, for travel. Hand woven and sewn by Qero in the high Andes of Peru.
Our traditional Q'ero hand woven ch'uspakuna, or coca bag, features brightly colored stripes flanking in the center band the motif for Inti, or the Sun. Inti is usually depicted in hand woven textiles as a rayed diamond. This bag has both a quartered Inti and half Inti designs. Coca bags, although originally intended to carrying coca leaves, also make for a perfect and practical place to store your mesa, or altar, artes for travel. This one has a twisted yarn shoulder strap with a drop of 28 inches and three coordinated color yarn tassels across the bottom. Hand woven and sewn by Qero in the high Andes of Peru.