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  1. Bolivian Lujoso Llama Wool Poncho

    Our Bolivian Lujoso (Spanish for luxurious) pure 100% Andean Llama Wool Poncho is a luxury item woven over many months on a special loom. Using a long lost technique which was recovered by the able hands of peasants from Potosí, Bolivia, they have recovered a large amount of their culture under the direction of the ArteNativo association, rediscovering and promoting their millennial craft. The heavier weight of the garment demonstrates the large amount of wool used in making it, yet it is the difficulty of the fine weave and uniform finishing which makes this a quality piece. The viscacha, an Andean rodent similar to the squirrel and rabbit, is woven into a repeating pattern in the stripes. Timeless in natural black. Large size, can vary up to 4 inches from dimensions shown.

    $360.00
  2. Bolivian Pure Alpaca Wool Poncho - 'Quetena Cloud'

    This beautiful poncho is skillfully handwoven by Bolivian people of Nativeartein Potosí (Bolivia mining department) and carries this name in honor of two communities and a river running through this plateau region (Quetena Rio Grande and Quetena Quetena Chico).  This poncho is woven from llama wool and spun into a beautiful handmade garment without any chemicals, which means the colors are completely natural and durable. The uniquely staggered design down each side of the garment are typical of the region.  Lightweight to help withstand low temperatures.  Potosí is one of the departments with the lowest temperatures of Bolivia and sits at 4,191 meters above sea level.  This one is as soft as the clouds floating at that level.  A 4 inch fringe trims the lower edge. One size fits most.   Handwoven in Bolivia.

    $199.00
  3. Bolivian Pure Alpaca Wool Poncho - 'Quetena Dream'

    This beautiful poncho is skillfully handwoven by Bolivian people of Nativearte in Potosí (Bolivia mining department) and carries this name in honor of two communities and a river running through this plateau region (Quetena Rio Grande and Quetena Quetena Chico).  This poncho is woven from llama wool and spun into a beautiful handmade garment without any chemicals, which means the colors are completely natural and durable. The uniquely staggered design down each side of the garment is typical of the region.  Lightweight to help withstand low temperatures.  Potosí is one of the departments with the lowest temperatures of Bolivia and sits at 4,191 meters above sea level.  This one is as dreamy as the clouds floating at that level.  A 5 inch fringe trims the lower edge. One size fits most.   Handwoven in Bolivia.

    $199.00
  4. Handcrafted Men's Alpaca Wool Patterned Poncho 'Andean Desert'

    Working in luxurious alpaca wool, Faustino Maldonado creates a handsome hooded cloak for men. The warm but lightweight garment is based on the traditional poncho. Buttons crafted from dried mate gourds secure each side.rnrnThe artisan includes a spare button.

    Regular Price: $530.95

    $264.99

    You Save: $265.96 (50%)

  5. Handcrafted Men's Alpaca Wool Poncho 'Snowcapped Andes'

    Working in luxurious alpaca wool, Faustino Maldonado creates a handsome hooded cloak. The warm but lightweight garment is based on the traditional poncho. Buttons crafted from dried mate gourds secure each side, and the poncho features two pockets.rnrnThe artisan includes a spare button.

    Regular Price: $580.95

    $269.99

    You Save: $310.96 (54%)

  6. Peruvian Shipibo Traditional Cushma Tunic

    Enrobe yourself in rainforest rainment during your ceremonial rituals. An authentic traditional woven cotton cloth cushma, the word is Quechua, comes to us directly from the Peruvian Shipibo. Similar to a large poncho, this woven cotton tunic is sewn together from armpits to feet. Measuring 43 inches wide and 100 inches long, you can wear this tied with a belt around the waist. This cushma is heavily embroidered in intricate, labyrinthine, ayahuasca-inspired designs for which the Shipibo are famous. A comfortable garment, the cotton cloth is easy to maintain. Made in Peru.

    $800.00
  7. Peruvian Shipibo Traditional Headband

    From the Peruvian Shipibo of the Rainforest, ceremonial headbands like this one are worn by Shipibo men and women. Woven and beaded, it is embellished with a small seeded fringe. Beautifully decorated in traditional Shipibo ayahuasca inspired designs. Measures 3.5 inches wide exclusive of fringe. Fringe adds 1/2 inch to width. Circumference is approximately 21 inches. Fair Trade. Handmade. Your purchase helps to support indigenous culture. Made in Peru.

    $248.00
  8. Peruvian Traditional Wool Blend Poncho

    Our traditional woven colorfully striped poncho is as stylish as it is practical at keeping the chill off. Heavy coverage. Sewn on edging on all four sides. Fringed neck decoration extra flair. Woven in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru.

    $225.00
  9. Peruvian Traditional Wool Poncho

    Our heavy-weight black and red striped poncho is made from sheep's wool. Contrasting blue stripes create color and interest.  A great garment for keeping the chill off. Curved corners.  Hefty and sturdy.  Woven in The Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru.

    $225.00
  10. Peruvian Traditional Wool Poncho

    Our heavy-weight black and red striped poncho is made from sheep's wool. Contrasting blue stripes create color and interest.  A great garment for keeping the chill off. Curved corners.  Hefty and sturdy.  Woven in The Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru.

    $225.00
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