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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 ceremonial burial or burning site. Handwoven by the Q'ero in Peru.
This simple despacho cloth is woven with wool yarn dyed using natural shades and features a traditional geometric diamond and tika flower pattern in its center band. Crafted with yarn tassels applied to each corner and a bound edging on two sides. Cloths like these are used to carry offerings to Pachamama to the burial or burning place. Gently used, this cloth shows some stretching. Some corner tassels are missing. Hand loomed by the Q'ero of Peru.
Like its cousin the despacho cloth, the Q'ero use these plain-woven pieces to carry goods and food. This cloth is an example of the Q'ero carrying cloth, woven in subtle, natural shades in a half design. This cloth has a very fine drape and is woven from soft wool, likely alpaca or an alpaca blend. Use as your mesa cloth or for your personal sacred space, or as an overlay on your altar. Gently used. Woven in in the high Andes of Peru.
A unique hand woven textile by the Q'ero of Peru. Traditional woven-in Q'ero motifs depict the rayed diamond of Inti, the sun God of the ancient Incas and a stylized chakana or perhaps a star. Use this piece as an overlay cloth on your sacred ground mesa, a decorative runner or even a woven piece of wall art.