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  1. Andean_Huaraca_Sling

    Andean Huaraca Sling

    Our soft yet strong South American sling is made of alpaca hair from Peruvian craftspeople in the South Andes. The Peruvian word for a sling is huaraca. In the ancient Andean civilizations, such as the Inca Empire, slings were made from llama wool. Andean slings were constructed from contrasting colors of wool; complex braiding and fine workmanship resulting in beautiful patterns. Ceremonial slings were also made; these were large, and non-functional and generally lacked a slit for a stone. To this day, ceremonial slings are used in parts of the Andes as accessories in dances and in mock battles. They are also used by llama herders; the animals will move away from the thump of a well-aimed stone. The stones are not slung to hit the animals, but to persuade them to move in the desired direction.  Your sling may differ slightly from image in cradle and rope color and design.

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    $30.00

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    Peruvian Woven Throw - Black

    Soft and colorful and lightweight throw of woven Peruvian cotton featuring various different motifs such as sun and flower.  Finished edges.  Made in Peru.

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    $24.00

  3. Peruvian Woven Cotton Throw Blue Peruvian Woven Cotton Throw Blue

    Peruvian Woven Throw Blue

    Soft and colorful and lightweight woven throw featuring various different motifs such as sun and flower. Finished edges. Made in Peru.

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    $24.00

  4. Peruvian_Woven_Cotton_Throw_Orange Peruvian_Woven_Cotton_Throw_Orange

    Peruvian Woven Throw Orange

    Soft, colorful and lightweight woven blanket featuring various different motifs such as sun and flower. Finished edges. Made in Peru.

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    $24.00

  5. Peruvian_Woven_Throw_Red Peruvian_Woven_Throw_Red

    Peruvian Woven Throw Red

    Soft and colorful and lightweight woven throw featuring various different motifs such as sun and flower.  Finished edges.  Made in Peru.

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    $24.00

  6. Peruvian_Woven_Throw_Yellow Peruvian_Woven_Throw_Yellow

    Peruvian Woven Throw Yellow

    Soft and colorful and lightweight woven throw featuring various different motifs such as sun and flower.  Finished edges.  Made in Peru.

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    $24.00

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    Shipibo Skirt

    Short skirt sized for a child. Traditional Shipibo cloth used to create pockets. Length measured from waist to bottom hem. Width measured at top of waist. Waist has stretching material. Peru. Learn More
    $30.00

  8. 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
  9. 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

  10. 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
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