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Woven in the Chahuaytire area of Pisaq, in the Sacred Valley area of Peru, this bag of warm earthy colors of red, orange, ocra, brown and green features the traditional symbols of the llama, the four directions, condor eyes for vision, and condor talons for protection. The 5 inch fringed bottom is a woven extension of the colors in the design. The top and side edges are decorated in the traditional protective eye design. A soft fine hand of naturally dyed sheep wool and alpaca. Bag measures 8.8 inches with a strap drop of 23 inches.
Our previously and lovingly owned gently used scarf is in excellent condition. Originally Q'ero made, this attractive hand-woven scarf, or chalina, is woven of the softest alpaca. This stylish scarf wraps around your neck or drapes across your shoulders in a cozy layer for any cold occasion. Measures 6 inches wide by 69 inches long . Add 5 more inches for fringed ends. Beautiful Hand woven on backstrap looms by the Q'ero in Peru.
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.