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  1. Q'ero_Unku_Tunic

    Q'ero Unku Tunic

    This traditional men's tunic, or unku, is woven in the Hapu community of the Q'ero Nation in the high Peruvian Andes. Woven with a black, thickly spun, warp plain weave known as bayeta, it features a contrasting red border edge on both sides. Peru.

     

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    $225.00

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    Q'ero Traditional Alpaca Blend Poncho - Black

    A beautiful ebony alpaca blend poncho with subtle narrow bands of light gold stripes and a simple banded finish on the edges. Soft and snuggly due to the inclusion of acrylic with the wool yarn. Made in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru.

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    $200.00

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    Q'ero Andean Lliklla Mestana Cloth - Inti

    Q'ero Andean Lliklla Mestana Cloth - Inti

    Our rich and rustic hand woven Q'ero mestana features the traditional rayed diamond or Inti motif of the sun woven into its bands. This piece makes a perfect mesa cloth for your sacred space. Woven by the Q'ero women of the high Peruvian Andes.

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    $200.00

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    Q'ero Andean Lliklla Mestana Cloth - Inti

    Q'ero Andean Lliklla Mestana Cloth - Inti

    Our rich and rustic hand woven Q'ero mestana features the traditional rayed diamond or Inti motif of the sun woven into its bands. This piece makes a perfect mesa cloth for your sacred space. Woven by the Q'ero women of the high Peruvian Andes.

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    $200.00

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    Q'ero Andean Lliklla Mestana Cloth - Inkarri

    Q'ero Andean Lliklla Mestana Cloth - Inkarri

    Tightly woven mestana cloth depicts worked into its decorative bands, Inkarri, cultural hero and founder of the Inkas, in his human incarnation or his gradual regenerating forms. Intricately handwoven by Q'ero women in Peru, this weaving makes a perfect background cloth for your personal mesa altar.

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    $200.00

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    Q'ero Andean Lliklla Mestana Cloth - Inkarri

    Q'ero Andean Lliklla Mestana Cloth - Inkarri

    Tightly woven mestana cloth depicts worked into its decorative bands, Inkarri, cultural hero and founder of the Inkas, in his human incarnation or his gradual regenerating forms. Intricately handwoven by Q'ero women in Peru, this weaving makes a perfect background cloth for your personal mesa altar.

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    $200.00

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    Q'ero Andean Lliklla Mestana Cloth - Inkarri

    Q'ero Andean Lliklla Mestana Cloth - Inkarri

    Tightly woven mestana cloth depicts worked into its decorative bands, Inkarri, cultural hero and founder of the Inkas, in his human incarnation or his gradual regenerating forms. Intricately handwoven by Q'ero women in Peru, this weaving makes a perfect background cloth for your personal mesa altar.

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    $200.00

  8. Peruvian Traditional Wool Blend Poncho

    Peruvian Traditional Wool Blend Poncho - Chakana

    Our traditional woven red and black poncho is as stylish as it is practical at keeping the chill off. Woven in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru.

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    $220.00

  9. Peruvian Traditional Wool Blend Poncho

    Peruvian Traditional Wool Blend Poncho - Black/Red/Rainbow

    Our traditional woven red and black poncho is as stylish as it is practical at keeping the chill off. Woven in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru.

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    $220.00

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    Chincheros Mestana Cloth

    Chincheros Mestana Cloth

    This sturdy mestana cloth is hand woven and features traditional Chincheros motifs in its 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 mestana or altar cloth. Edges are finished with the distinctive nawi awapa edging or eye border, which is believed to have special protective qualities. To the Inca, this eye represents a place of generation, like a seed in a furrow or a sprout on a potato.  From the Chincheros of the high Andes mountains of Peru.

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    $200.00

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