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  1. Chincheros Handwoven Chumpi Belt

    Handwoven by weavers of the Chincheros village, located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, near the Cusco area of Peru, this belt can be worn or displayed.Some also use the belts for wrapping their mesas for travel. It’s a joyful array of motifs inspired by the rivers, the mountains, the stars, and fields--all very important in the lives of this people. A complimentary warp technique produces a double-faced fabric in which the pattern is the same on both sides, but colors are reversed. Unexpected hues of deep raspberry, gold and black of naturally dyed sheep's wool and alpaca. Your choice of belt widths 4 inches (18 inches long) or 4.5 inches (34 inches long).

  2. Peruvian Ceremonial Hat

    From the home of a private collector, this fascinating example of a ceremonial headress, referred to as amatherentsi, is worn by Asháninka (or Asháninca) men for festive celebrations that include dancing.  It is made of the straw of the coca palm, the reeds being held held together by threads.  The reeds are interwoven with colorful threads to create further designs on the band of the hat.  Beautifully decorated bird feathers dance around the top edge.  Handmade by the Ashaninka.  

  3. 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.

  4. Q'ero Alpaca Blend Knit Chullo Cap

    This attractive hand-knit, rustic alpaca blend hat comes in multi-colored ivory and tan shades.  It measures 14 inches from tip to flap edge exclusive of trim. A soft, stylish hat great for any cold occasion. You can't top this cap. Hand made by the Q'ero in Peru.

  5. Q'ero Alpaca Chalina Scarf

    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.

  6. Q'ero Chumpi Belt

    This woven cloth, heavily beaded belt beautifully conveys traditional Q'ero weaving technique and design. Intricate patterns and iconography of items important in their lives.  1.5 inches wide.  33 inches long.  Add 7.5 inches for tie end.  Add 2 more inches for loop end.  Total length exclusive of tassels is 42 inches.  Hand woven and beaded by the Q'ero of Peru. 

  7. Wool belt, 'Black Night Bouquet'

    Blossoming amongst golden stars, myriad flowers lend their colorful beauty to the night sky. Joucelyn Pasara celebrates the textile traditions of Huanta with the exquisite design of this wool belt. Woven on a traditional loom, the composition is embroidered by hand with artistic dexterity. The belt features a leather strap next to the bronze plated zamac buckle.
  8. Wool belt, 'Crimson Garland'

    Embroidered by hand, joyous flowers blossom in a crimson garland. Joucelyn Pasara celebrates the textile traditions of Huanta with this exquisite wool belt. Woven on a traditional loom, the composition is embroidered by hand and trimmed with red suede leather.
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