Wands, khuyas, pencils, cell phones....whatever! These are nice little bags made of repurposed hand spun, hand woven llama and/or alpacha or sheep wool and featuring colorful geometric designs from villages of the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru. Zippered and lined in black material on the inside. Let us surprise you and pick one for you.
Size: 2" Dia 8" L
Sacred Valley Textiles
Textile systems developed in Peru over the millennia represent a treasury of techniques rare in the world. Most remain unknown outside of Peru. They are passed on, not by writing, but by the Andean process of person-to-person communication, by watching and practicing. Peruvian weaving is a ritual activity with many layers of meaning.
Peruvian textiles honor Pachamama, Mother Earth. They express appreciation for the process of growth and generation and the concept of relatedness to other species and the natural world. Many people find inspiration in the ideas of indigenous people who developed systems of survival in this hemisphere before the time of Columbus. Icons and symbols expressed in the arts that inspire a respect for the earth can help to keep alive our efforts at preservation and conservation. Source: Center for Traditional Textiles in Cusco
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