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    • Alpaca Baby Blanket

      $200.00

      Technique: Alpaca

      Artisan: Eli

      Elaboration: 130 hours

      Country: Peru

      Community: Quinua

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      Our beautiful marble blanket is entirely handmade with handspun eco dyed baby alpaca . Each of our blankets takes about 10 days to complete using only KINUA yarns
    • Alpaca Baby Chroma Ruhana

      $200.00

      Technique: Alpaca

      Artisan: Rosy

      Elaboration: 120 hours

      Country: Peru

      Community: Quinua

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      Introducing our beautiful Chroma Ruhana handmade with 100% Baby Alpaca featuring a beautiful weaving intricate design.
    • Alpaca Baby Marble Blanket

      $200.00

      Technique: Alpaca

      Artisan: Mario

      Elaboration: 120 hours

      Country: Peru

      Community: Quinua

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      “Minimal Andes” features a carefully curated collection of pieces designed in our studio based in lima in collaboration with master weavers, knitters and artists all part of the KINUA FAMILY.
      This beautiful blanket has been knitted by hand using merino perfect to keep you warm and cozy for this winter
    • Alpaca Cloud Pillow

      $80.00

      Technique: Alpaca

      Artisan: Mario

      Elaboration: 58 hours

      Country: Peru

      Community: Quinua

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      Our lovely Cloud Pillow from our Minimal Collection is made of the 100% handspun merino soft as the clouds.
    • Alpaca Furry Pillow

      $136.00

      Technique: Alpaca

      Artisan: Cesar

      Elaboration: 54 hours

      Country: Peru

      Community: Quinua

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      We are happy to share with you an extra of our Undyed Merino Collection & Bay Alpaca
    • Alpaca Rice Pillow

      $88.00

      Technique: Alpaca

      Artisan: Eli

      Elaboration: 49 hours

      Country: Peru

      Community: Quinua

      Ecofriendly: Yes

      Introducing our Furry Pillow, made with 100% undyed baby alpaca
    • Beige squared yellow, pink and blue Rug

      $390.00

      Technique: Knitted Wool

      Artisan: Ana

      Elaboration: 200 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Teotitlan del Valle Oaxaca

      Ecofriendly: yes

      This Beige squared pink and blue rug is a heritage from the Zapotecs culture, made from scratch, in Teotitlan del Valle Oaxaca, a small town that has been passing this technique from generation to generation. Artisans prepare the wool by washing the fibers and beating it with rods of yagalan, a very strong wood from the trees in the region, then they colored the wool using a special blend of natural dyes made from plants, insects and minerals.
    • Beige with black and pink Rug

      $368.00

      Technique: Knitted Wool

      Artisan: Ana

      Elaboration: 201 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Teotitlan del Valle Oaxaca

      Ecofriendly: yes

      This Beige with black and pink Rug rug is a heritage from the Zapotecs culture, made from scratch, in Teotitlan del Valle Oaxaca, a small town that has been passing this technique from generation to generation. Artisans prepare the wool by washing the fibers and beating it with rods of yagalan, a very strong wood from the trees in the region, then they colored the wool using a special blend of natural dyes made from plants, insects and minerals.
    • Black and red prehispanic vase

      $65.00
      Fair Trade: Yes
      Handmade: Yes
      Community: Michoacan
      Elaboration: 53 hours

      This piece is one of our favorites from the pre hispanic collection handmade and crafted in Michoacan. This vase is black, yellow and red colored with natural paint extracted directly from plants and flowers. This technique is very ancient and has recently been rediscovered! Size: w 6.2 h 12.9 inches

      Please note that due to the handmade nature of pottery, color, size and shape may vary slightly.

    • Black and White Palm Leaf Large Box

      $42.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Leonor

      Elaboration: 27 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Palm Leaf Large Square Trash Can

      $25.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Marcela

      Elaboration: 17 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Any piece of trash will look fancy in this beautiful Handmade PalmaLeaf Trash Canmade in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Palm Leaf Large Towels Basket

      $134.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Elvira

      Elaboration: 84 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Palm Leaf Medium box

      $39.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Isidra

      Elaboration: 22 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Palm Leaf Medium Towels Basket

      $64.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Concepción

      Elaboration: 41 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Palm Leaf Small Box

      $29.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Concepción

      Elaboration: 16 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Palm Leaf Small Square Trash Can

      $19.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Ana

      Elaboration: 13 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Any piece of trash will look fancy in this beautiful Handmade PalmaLeaf Trash Canmade in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Palm Leaf Small Towel Basket

      $34.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Socorro

      Elaboration: 23 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Palm Leaf Toilet papper holder

      $18.00

      Technique: PALM LEAF

      Artisan: Leonor

      Elaboration: 12 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Yucatan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      Our beautiful Handmade Palma products are made in the mountains of South Mexico in Tlamacazapa, Municipio of Taxco de Alarcón, in the state of Guerrero.
      Almost all the village is dedicated to weaving palm products, most of them women. An ancient art they have preserved over centuries without being aware of it. The palm leaves come from the mountains and people from other near towns arrive to Tlamacazapa to sell the palm leaves every week. The dyes come from Chilapa Guerrero.
    • Black and White Rug

      $472.00

      Technique: Knitted Wool

      Artisan: Armando

      Elaboration: 100 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Teotitlan del Valle Oaxaca

      Ecofriendly: yes

      This black and white rug is a heritage from the Zapotecs culture, made from scratch, in Teotitlan del Valle Oaxaca, a small town that has been passing this technique from generation to generation. Artisans prepare the wool by washing the fibers and beating it with rods of yagalan, a very strong wood from the trees in the region, then they colored the wool using a special blend of natural dyes made from plants, insects and minerals.
    • Blue And White Embroidery Pillow

      $60.00
      Fair Trade: Yes
      Handmade: Yes
      Community: Chiapas
      Elaboration: 72 hours

      These pillows are the perfect blend of culture and loveliness, they are hand-woven on a back strap loom, Mayan technique, and they are manufactured in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas Mexico. They are embroidered with diamond patterns that alludes its shape to the Earth and the sky, its back made of white cotton.

      Due to the handmade nature of embroidery pillows, colors and sizes may vary slightly.

    • Blue and Yellow Emboidery Pillow

      $75.00
      Fair Trade: Yes
      Handmade: Yes
      Community: Chiapas
      Elaboration: 65 hours

      Get this embroidery pillow! The vibrant color combination will for sure give an authentic look to your coach. This is another piece of Lupita, the young entrepreneur from Chiapas. Hand wash and delicate care

      Due to the handmade nature of embroidery pillows, colors and sizes may vary slightly.

    • Blue Astro flower pot

      $89.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 92 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Blue Astro flower pot in Michoacan, Mexico. Barro bruñido was a technique used by the Mayan civilization that was lost for many years and “Don José” recently rediscovered.The elaboration consists in selecting the right mus and shaping the piece, let it dry, is rubbed with a river stone, and colored with natural paint extracted directly from natural oxides and fired between 500-700°C, the temperature gives the color. For them, creating the pottery is not just a livelihood; it is their inheritance. They are dedicated not only to their work, but to the preservation and continuance of traditional Mexican prehispanic ceramic. Usually, these designs are wild and full of expression.
    • Blue Astro Large plate

      $89.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 92 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Blue Astro Large plate in Michoacan, Mexico. Barro bruñido was a technique used by the Mayan civilization that was lost for many years and “Don José” recently rediscovered.The elaboration consists in selecting the right mus and shaping the piece, let it dry, is rubbed with a river stone, and colored with natural paint extracted directly from natural oxides and fired between 500-700°C, the temperature gives the color. For them, creating the pottery is not just a livelihood; it is their inheritance. They are dedicated not only to their work, but to the preservation and continuance of traditional Mexican prehispanic ceramic. Usually, these designs are wild and full of expression.
    • Blue Astro Round Vase

      $89.00

      Technique: burnished pottery

      Artisan: Don Jose

      Elaboration: 92 hours

      Country: Mexico

      Community: Michoacan

      Ecofriendly: yes

      A small group of artisans makes this Blue Astro Round Vase in Michoacan, Mexico. Barro bruñido was a technique used by the Mayan civilization that was lost for many years and “Don José” recently rediscovered.The elaboration consists in selecting the right mus and shaping the piece, let it dry, is rubbed with a river stone, and colored with natural paint extracted directly from natural oxides and fired between 500-700°C, the temperature gives the color. For them, creating the pottery is not just a livelihood; it is their inheritance. They are dedicated not only to their work, but to the preservation and continuance of traditional Mexican prehispanic ceramic. Usually, these designs are wild and full of expression.

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