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  1. Wool lap throw blanket, 'Horizons' Wool lap throw blanket, 'Horizons'

    Wool lap throw blanket, 'Horizons'

    SuWith this blanket the Yurivilca family honors the city of Ayacucho, renowned for its exceptional ceramic artistry. This hand-woven piece is designed after the cloaks worn in Ayacucho, as it seems to mirror the color of clay as well as the polychrome wizardry that accompanies a finished piece. 

    Small enough to be a lap robe, it is styled after the mantas, or "cloaks" worn in Ayacucho and sometimes used to carry babies.

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    $39.95
  2. Wool lap throw blanket, 'Highland Spring' Wool lap throw blanket, 'Highland Spring'

    Wool lap throw blanket, 'Highland Spring'

    The Yurivilca Family takes their inspiration from Jauja, the first capital of colonial Peru located in Junín. Conjuring the array of wildflowers that bloom in spring, they weave a colorful wool throw. Red borders are cheerful and bright. 

    Small enough to be a lap robe, it is styled after the mantas, or "cloaks" worn in Ayacucho and sometimes used to carry babies.

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    $39.95

  3. Wool lap throw blanket, 'Gachakata Stripes' Wool lap throw blanket, 'Gachakata Stripes'

    Wool lap throw blanket, 'Gachakata Stripes'

    Subtly shading from one radiant color to another, this brilliant blanket makes a focal point in any décor. A black background heightens the drama of this lovely work. Hand-woven by the Yurivilca Family in the traditional Ayacucho style, it is decorated with tassels. The name, Gachakata, is Quechua for "blanket." 

    Small enough to be a lap robe, it is styled after the mantas, or "cloaks" worn in Ayacucho and sometimes used to carry babies.

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    $39.95
  4. Guatemalan_San_Juan_Silky_Scarf Guatemalan_San_Juan_Silky_Scarf

    Guatemalan San Juan Silky Scarf

    This silky scarf is backstrap loom woven by the San Juan Weaver's Group. The weaving mixes cotton and shiny rayon threads, a palette created in one of many artisan workshops. The resulting color combinations are luscious, creating a scarf so beautiful you will want to wear it everyday. The fabric is hand woven on the backstrap loom by the San Juan Weaver's Group which is made up of Tzâutujil women who weave using backstrap Ikat, an ancient labor-intensive technique of hand tying and dying threads in elaborate patterns. Select your color below.  Made in Guatemala

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    $39.95
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