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  1. Q'ero Chuspa Shoulder Bag

    Q'ero Chuspa Shoulder Bag

    Striking handbag constructed from the Q'ero's handwoven cloth bears the design of Inti, the rayed diamond symbol of their sun crreation god, and an anthromorphological rendering of Inkarri, the name of the first man in the Incan creation myth. Shoulder strap design continues down either side embellishing the edges.  Hand made in Peru.

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    $75.00

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    Q'ero Chuspa Shoulder Bag

    Hand-woven by Q'ero women of Peru, our bag in muted shades includes traditional floral designs from yarns colored with natural dies. Embellished with a trio of tassels. Made by descendants of the Incas in the high Peruvian Andes. Learn More
    $72.00

  3. Q'ero Chuspa Shoulder Bag

    Q'ero Chuspa Shoulder Bag

    Striking handbag constructed from the Q'ero's handwoven cloth bears the design of Inti, the rayed diamond symbol of their sun creation god, in the three lower patterned stripes. Shoulder strap design continues down either side embellishing the edges.  Bottom edge embellished with three double tassels.  Hand made in Peru.

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    $75.00

  4. Q'ero Ch'upsa Shoulder Bag

    Q'ero Ch'upsa Shoulder Bag

    Our Q;ero handwoven bag is made by hand on the singing looms of these Peruvian people.  Central design represents a flower and stripes are of a natural wool yarn color pallet.  Perfect for carrying your Florida water bottles or other artes to a gathering.  Hand woven and assembled in Peru. 

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    $79.00

  5. Q'ero Andean Unkhuna Despacho Cloth - Natural

    Q'ero Andean Unkhuna Despacho Cloth - Natural

    This simple despacho cloth is woven with fibers in natural shades and features a traditional geometric diamond and flower pattern in its center band. Crafted with three colorful corner yarn tassels and a bound edging on two sides. Use your cloth to carry your paper-wrapped despacho offering to its burial or burning site. Handwoven by the Q'ero in Peru. 

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    $75.00

  6. Q'ero Andean Carrying Cloth

    Q'ero Andean Carrying Cloth

    Like the despacho cloth, the Q'ero use other plain-woven pieces of cloth to carry goods and food. This cloth is an example of the Q'ero carrying cloth, usually woven in more subtle, natural shades and without tassels or pom-poms at the four corners. Previously owned, giving it a classic gently used, broken in look. Woven in the high Andes of Peru.

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    $90.00

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