Dos Pinos Tablecloth
Tablecloth hand-woven on a backstrap loom by artisans from the Dos Pinos Zinacantan group, located in the municipality of Zinacantan, Chiapas. The lines that we see along the tablecloth were laid out from before the canvas was woven, in the warp process with a precise count of each thread, that count is what defines the thickness of the line.
On this canvas woven on a backstrap loom, an ancestral technique, the fabric was used to place a complementary embroidery between the lines. The mastery of the weaver is reflected in the good finish of the banks. It takes a lot of work to embroider this iconography with such precision and order.
The combination is elegant and ready for any space. This tablecloth includes 12 individual napkins to complement it. In this way, the tablecloth will be able to dress a space through its design, cultural load and promotion of the economic sector.
It is suggested to dry or hand wash, no carving for your care.
Dimensions: 118 L, 118 W in
Community: San Cristobal de las Casas