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  1. Watana_Ties_with_Beaded_Trim_-_Narrow Watana_Ties_with_Beaded_Trim_-_Narrow

    Watana Ties with Beaded Trim - Narrow

    The wantana is a typical clothing accessory in several Peruvian communities; a handwoven cord or tie ending in a threaded tassel at both ends can be used for many things: tie one on your hat as a stylish hatband or chin strap, weave it into your hair or other hair ornaments; use it to tie up your despacho cloth to carry your Pachamama offering to the ceremonial site or whatever else you want to adorn with beauty, color and functionality! This one has many tiny white beads.  Yours may differ slightly from the photo due to its handmade nature.  Sold individually. From the Q'ero of Peru.

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    $12.00

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    Peruvian Drawstring Bag

    Lined drawstring bags are made of repurposed vintage hand woven textiles from the villages of the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru. Each has equally interesting shoulder strap. Bags vary in size from 7 to 8 inches tall with a sewn in rectangle bottom 4-6 inches long and 2-3 inches wide. Each one is unique & beautiful; let us pick one for you!

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    $12.00

  3. Knitted Wool Mask - Waq'ollo - Rainbow Stripe

    Knitted Wool Mask - Waq'ollo - Rainbow Stripe

    Rainbow striped knit mask with contrasting eyebrows and face. Pulls over the head and has eye slits, nose and mouth openings.  Masks, such as this one, are called waq'ollos in Quechua, a local Peruvian dialect. Primarily worn and seen during the Peruvian Festival of Qoyllur Riti, [Lord of the Snow Star] ceremonies, you can wear yours on the slopes or to in the snow. Hand knit in Peru.

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    $12.00
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