Our 100% silk golden yellow Tibetan Khata Ceremonial Scarf features the Eight Auspicious Symbols lightly woven in white into the fabric. These scarves are sometimes referred to as a khada, khadag or hada. They are traditional ceremonial scarves common in Tibetan culture. Khatas can be presented at any festive occasions to a host or at weddings, funerals, births, graduation, arrivals and departure of guests, etc.
The Tibetans commonly give a kind acknowledgment of Tashi Delek (meaning Good Luck) at the time of presenting. The Dalai Lama is known to offer khata as a gift to diplomats, visitors, or other monks, which symbolizes purity of intention and the beginning of the relationship. Made in Nepal.
Named for the guardian mountain of La Paz, this poncho made especially for large people. The garment is made from alpaca and synthetic wool and is lightweight and comfortable even though it’s quite warm. Rely on this garment to keep warm in cold weather. The four stripes are a classic feature of these ponchos woven in a rustic loom with extreme attention to detail. Made in Bolivia.
Our traditional woven red and black poncho with rainbow stripes is as stylish as it is practical at keeping the chill off. Fringe is 2.5 inches long. Pattern and fringe may vary slightly. Woven of wool and acrylic in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru.
Named after Chacaltaya mountain in the Bolivian Andes, this poncho offers maximum comfort for taller persons. When it comes to dressing well in cold weather, this gradient shaded poncho promises to be your faithful friend. Woven from a mix of thick alpaca and synthetic wool, ensuring quality and durability. Don’t forget that hoods are never out of fashion and the fringed trim gives it a traditional flavor.Drawstring neck too. Handwoven in Bolivia. See product sizing in description below.
In classic black, Celinda Jaco weaves the poncho with a soft alpaca blend and finishes it by hand. Once reserved for the Inca aristocracy and later for special occasions, alpaca is coveted for its warmth.
Named for a Peruvian mountain, this poncho is born from spinning sheep's wool and weaving on a loom. All the work is done by dedicated Bolivian hands, bringing you an excellent poncho, guaranteed to keep out the cold. Let yourself be carried away by the mysticism of the Andes, while affirming your own personality with this unusual garment. Striped poncho has a hood and a drawstring neckline. Made of 100% sheep's wool. Choice of sizes.
Working in luxurious alpaca wool, Faustino Maldonado creates a handsome hooded cloak. The warm but lightweight garment is based on the traditional poncho. Buttons crafted from dried mate gourds secure each side, and the poncho conveniently features two pockets sewn into the poncho which are constructed from soft synthetic material.
Our traditional woven colorfully striped poncho is as stylish as it is practical at keeping the chill off. Heavy coverage. Sewn on edging on all four sides. Comes with a fringe decoration for extra flair. Pattern and fringe may vary slightly. Woven in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru.
Warm and cozy hooded zip-up sweater made from natural sheep wool. Two front vertical pockets to keep your hands warm or to carry any essentials. The sheep wool material is thick and warm and will keep the chill off of you. The vertical stripes are natural colors and quite typical of the Andean universe. Handmade in Bolivia.
Our traditional woven red and black poncho with rainbow stripes is as stylish as it is practical at keeping the chill off. Pattern and fringe may vary slightly. Woven in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru.
A beautiful dark-colored poncho with designs and rainbow stripes. This poncho is made from high quality darlon yarn that is soft and durable. This poncho will keep you warm and protected from the chill autumnal elements. Made in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru.
A beautiful and soft alpaca wool-blend poncho with traditional symbols and beautiful tones to keep you warm. Varied styles. Some are adorned with fringe and/or tassels. Made in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru.