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Handwoven with centuries of Andean tradition, this mini woven fabric piece is made from natural wool and hand-dyed using natural pigments. This miniature weaving with fringe on two sides has many uses: use as a small overlay cloth on your altar to display your prized artes; group 3 or more for wall hangings or use as coasters for icy cold and steaming hot drinks. Quality weaving is exclusive to artists from Lima, Peru. Your choice of colors. Measures approximately 4.5 x 5 inches plus or minus 1 inch in length/width.
This simple despacho cloth is hand woven with natural fibers and features traditional Chincheros motifs in its bands. Reversible. The designs are woven to produce an image with positive color and weave effect on one side and opposite color and weave effect of the same image on the reverse. Tasseled on each of the four conrners with sewn on decorative edging on two sides. Use for wrapping your despacho offering and taking it to its offering place. From the Chincheros of the high Andes mountains of Peru.
This sturdy mestana cloth is hand woven and features traditional Peruvian Andean motifs in its vertical bands. The designs are woven to produce an image with positive color and weave effect on one side and opposite color and weave effect of the same image on the reverse, making it beautiful on both sides. Makes a fitting cloth for your personal altar or mesa bundle. Four edges are finished with a simple sewn on edging. This cloth is gently used and may show some sign of use from its previous owner. From the women weavers in the high Andes mountains 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, tightly woven in subtle, natural shades in a quarter 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 the Andes of Peru.
Colorful Q'ero despacho cloth is woven with native yarns in colorful rainbow shades and features a traditional diamond Inti, or sun God pattern, in its center band. Crafted with corner yarn tassels and bound edging on four sides. Due to the handmade nature of the cloths, no two are exactly alike and your tassel colors may vary slightly from image. Made by the native Q'ero of Peru.
Our rich and colorfully hand woven Q'ero mestana features the traditional rayed diamond or Inti motif of the sun. Woven by the Q'ero women of the high Peruvian Andes, this weaving makes for a perfect mesa cloth for your healing stones or a ground cloth for your personal altar. Handmade in a range of sizes, select from below.
A gently used smaller size Q'ero Lliklla mestana cloth featuring the icon of Inti, the Inkan sun and in the center bands, the undulating pattern of Q'ocha or lake waters. A perfect meeting of Fire & Rain. Perfect for use as a mesa bundle or for personal altars in smaller spaces. Hand woven by the Q'ero women in the High Andes of Peru.