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Shamans Market, Bolivia

Prior to European colonization, the Andean region of Bolivia was a part of the Inca Empire – the largest state in Pre-Columbian America. The conquistadors took control of the region in the 16th century. During most of the Spanish colonial period, this territory was known as Upper Peru and was under the administration of the Viceroyalty of Peru, which included most of Spain's South American colonies, although the area enjoyed substantial autonomy under the jurisdiction of the Royal Court of Charcas. After declaring independence in 1809, 16 years of war followed before the establishment of the Republic, named for Simón Bolívar, on August 6, 1825. This image shows a llama in the Laguna Colorada, a shallow salt lake in the southwestern Bolivian sector of the Altiplano. Image courtesy of Phillie Casablanca.


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  1. Bolivian Mestana / Awayo Cloth

    Our hand woven awayo is believed to be from the Bolivian Andes. Made of sheep's wool in a beautiful color palate. An awayo is a traditional woven cloth used for multiple purposes by the indigenous people of the Bolivian altiplano.  These cloths are woven on a backstrap loom and generally come in rich, vibrant colors with traditional symbols and designs.This gently used cloth comes to us from the home of a private collector.  Perfect for your mesa or ceremonial ground cloth.

    $300.00
  2. Bolivian Mestana / Awayo Cloth

    Our hand woven awayo is believed to be from the Bolivian Andes. Made of sheep's wool in a beautiful color palate. An awayo is a traditional woven cloth used for multiple purposes by the indigenous people of the Bolivian altiplano.  These cloths are woven on a backstrap loom and generally come in rich, vibrant colors with traditional symbols and designs.This gently used cloth comes to us from the home of a private collector.  Perfect for your mesa or ceremonial ground cloth.

    $300.00
  3. Bolivian Mestana / Awayo Cloth

    Our hand woven awayo is believed to be from the Bolivian Andes. Made of sheep's wool in a beautiful color palate. An awayo is a traditional woven cloth used for multiple purposes by the indigenous people of the Bolivian altiplano.  These cloths are woven on a backstrap loom and generally come in rich, vibrant colors with traditional symbols and designs.This gently used cloth comes to us from the home of a private collector.  Perfect for your mesa or ceremonial ground cloth.

    $300.00
  4. Bolivian Mestana / Awayo Cloth

    Our hand woven awayo is believed to be from the Bolivian Andes. Made of sheep's wool in a beautiful color palate. An awayo is a traditional woven cloth used for multiple purposes by the indigenous people of the Bolivian altiplano.  These cloths are woven on a backstrap loom and generally come in rich, vibrant colors with traditional symbols and designs.This gently used cloth comes to us from the home of a private collector.  Perfect for your mesa or ceremonial ground cloth.

    $350.00
  5. Bolivian Mestana / Awayo Cloth

    Our hand woven awayo is believed to be from the Bolivian Andes. Made of sheep's wool in a beautiful color palate. An awayo is a traditional woven cloth used for multiple purposes by the indigenous people of the Bolivian altiplano.  These cloths are woven on a backstrap loom and generally come in rich, vibrant colors with traditional symbols and designs.This gently used cloth comes to us from the home of a private collector.  Perfect for your mesa or ceremonial ground cloth.

    Please Note: This cloth has a patch of cloth missing on the bottom edge approx 1" x 2.5".

    Regular Price: $275.00

    $225.00

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  6. Bolivian Mestana / Awayo Cloth

    Our hand woven awayo is believed to be from the Bolivian Andes. Made of sheep's wool in a beautiful color palate. An awayo is a traditional woven cloth used for multiple purposes by the indigenous people of the Bolivian altiplano.  These cloths are woven on a backstrap loom and generally come in rich, vibrant colors with traditional symbols and designs.This gently used cloth comes to us from the home of a private collector.  Perfect for your mesa or ceremonial ground cloth.

    $280.00
  7. Bolivian Mestana / Awayo Cloth

    Our hand woven awayo is believed to be from the Bolivian Andes. Made of sheep's wool in a beautiful color palate. An awayo is a traditional woven cloth used for multiple purposes by the indigenous people of the Bolivian altiplano.  These cloths are woven on a backstrap loom and generally come in rich, vibrant colors with traditional symbols and designs.This gently used cloth comes to us from the home of a private collector.  Perfect for your mesa or ceremonial ground cloth.

    $250.00
  8. Bolivian Quena Flute - Bamboo

    Simple and smooth bamboo makes for a naturally beautiful quena flute. Crafted by hand, it is a legacy of the Inca, an indispensable instrument in today's traditional Peruvian music. Holes of different widths to ensure a sweet sonorous sound. Made in Peru.

    $20.00
  9. Zampona Pan Pipes - 13 Inch

    Our zampona is a thirteen note instrument made from bamboo. Used in traditional Andean music, these pan pipes are fun to play! Twisted black yarn carrying strap and mini-tassels makes for colorful music. Handmade in Bolivia.

    $30.00
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