Carapan, Mexican Folk Art Gallery.
Back Strap Loomed Brocade Runner by Huave Indigenous Fine Mexican Textile
ABOUT THIS BACK STRAP LOOMED MEXICAN TEXTILE
This amazing textile was made by Huave Indigenous People from San Mateo del Mar at the Coast of Oaxaca. It is 100% cotton and was crafted using the pre columbian back strap loom technique with brocade figures.
The textile displays some of the most traditional figures in Huave iconography such as butterflies, a Man on a cart pulled by a donkey, birds, fish, and coyotes. It was crafted with a fine intuition and aesthetics. Each series of two icons is divided by a stripe of an intricate geometric pattern.
This piece is so beautiful that an be framed. It can also be used as a table runner or a home decor accent.
Creating a textile like this takes years of knowledge and weeks of dedication. With your shopping you support the work of indigenous families, with whom we work directly on a fair trade basis.
|SIZE WITHOUT FRINGE||16.14 In x37 In / 41Cm x 94Cm|
|MADE OF||100% Cotton
|REGION||San Mateo del Mar, Oaxaca, Mexico.
|COMMENTS||Traditional Indigenous Iconography!
|CARE||Hand wash with mild soap & Cold watter.
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