These charming bags are made of repurposed vintage hand woven textiles from the villages of the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru.
Each features a drawstring to keep your treasures secure and a shoulder strap for carrying close. They are lined with soft black material. Great for holding special medicine pieces or use it as a change purse. Each one is unique & beautiful; let us pick one for you!
The wantana is a typical accessory in several Peruvian communities; a handwoven cord or tie ending in a threaded tassel at both ends can be used for many things: you can see them used on hats as hatbands or chin straps. Can also be used to tie up your despacho cloth to carry your Pachamama offering to the ceremonial site.
Edged with many tiny beads called pini. Let us pick one for you. Sold individually. Thread and bead color may vary from picture. Length may vary from about 38"- 48". From the Q'ero of Peru.
Lined drawstring bags are made of repurposed vintage hand woven textiles from the villages of the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru.
Each has equally interesting shoulder strap. Bags vary in size from 8 to 9 inches tall with a sewn in rectangle bottom 5-6 inches long and 2.5-3.5 inches wide. Each one is unique & beautiful; let us pick one for you!
Small 3 to 4-inch square textile zipper bags made of repurposed vintage hand-woven textiles from the villages of the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru. Lined with black material. Great for holding special medicine pieces or using them as a change purse. Each one is unique; let us pick one for you!
Medicine bags are often used to carry crystals, sacred stones, plant medicine, amulets, or herbs. These pouches are made from soft leather with a 36 inch neck strap and approximately 2.75 inches tall x 1.75 inches wide.
Made in Peru, this striped knitted face mask with contrasting eyebrows and face is a perfect blend of tradition and fashion.
It comes in various styles, including rainbow stripes or a combination of solid colors and thin rainbow stripes. The mask is designed to be pulled over the head and features openings for the eyes, nose, and mouth. This type of mask is called a "waq'ollos" in Quechua, a local dialect in Peru. It is traditionally worn during the Peruvian Festival of Qoyllur Riti, also known as the "Lord of the Snow Star" ceremonies. It can also be worn on the slopes or in the snow.
The mask measures 13 inches long by 9.5 inches wide when laid flat, and is designed to fit most faces.
We love this great rustic and rugged llama wool bag. Comes complete with a sturdy shoulder strap. The llama bag is woven from naturally dyed llama wool yarns. Colors, designs, and fringe vary slightly on these handmade bags, so yours may look slightly different than the photo. Made in Peru.
These small lightweight bags are made of woven textile with motifs found in Peruvian culture. They feature a drawstring to keep your treasures secure. Great for holding special medicine pieces. Your choice of color family.
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.