Huipil is a common traditional garment worn by indigenous women from central Mexico to Central America. From Guatemala.
NOTE: One of a kind. Please note that due to the handmade and vintage nature of this piece there may be some slight repairs or small irregularities.
Width: 30.5" Length: 21-23" Neck Diameter: 6-8" Arm Opening: 10"
Adanudo cloth is hand-woven on a horizontal treadle loom, then the lengths are sewn together. Made in Ghana.
NOTE: One of a kind. Please note that due to the handmade and vintage nature of this piece there may be some slight irregularities.
116" x 71"
$168.00Vintage cotton indigo from the Baule tribe of the Ivory Coast. Hand woven and traditionally used as garments. Hand dyed and with color blocks integrated into the loom. 42"W x 55.5"L
Bolivian handwoven 100% wool blanket.
Dimensions: 64" L x 56" W
Guatemalan hand loomed cotton throw.
100" x 51"