This wrap and/or wrap skirt is a fine example of a Colotenango corte. “The backstrap woven skirts of [Colotenango] are extraordinary. Red and black warp striped, with supplemental weft decoration, they represent the most complex patterning of any daily skirt in Guatemala.” (“Threads of Identity”, Altman and West, p. 139) This classic circa 1980 example of a Colotenango corte was back strap loomed in two well matched all cotton panels. The supplemental weft decoration features bands of chevrons, universal diamonds, zigzags, corn plants and other geometric motifs.
A fine example in excellent condition. The more vibrant colors of this piece are unusual.
This is great warm or cool weather wraps. It is great with a tie belt, please convo me if you are interested in one!
The piece measures 37x 95 inches. This is a luxuriously large piece.
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A gorgeous handwoven huipil from a San Lucas Ojitlan artisan we work with . It is made of hand spun cotton. Truly masterful weaving and a very special garment. This huipil is a masterpiece of an accomplished artisan.
This one has these measurements: Chest 29" Length 40"
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These are the most fabulous things I've seen in a long time. Handwoven cotton shawl with gorgeous green feathers macramed into the fringe. These come from a Purepecha artisan from Michoacan. This is a traditional style of rebozo that has been produced for hundreds of years.