Varda Ottoman
Varda Ottoman
Varda Ottoman
Varda Ottoman
Varda Ottoman

Varda Ottoman

Regular price$845.00
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The embroidered Ottoman is made by hand with the 'Xocbichuy' technique or counted thread, which is an artisan technique applied by a group of artisan women from the Tiholop community, Yaxcaba, a municipality located in the south of the state of Yucatán.

The technique consists of draw the figures in a grid called “caneva”, then baste on the canvas to later carefully unravel the caneva, until it is completely removed from the canvas.

This stool is a unique design that consists of elegant and organic shapes that work in sober spaces with neutral colors.

It is suggested to shake and dust with a semi-damp cloth.

Dimensions: 35.4 W, 15.7 H in

Creator: Ensamble Artesano
Country: Mexico
Community: Merida
Technique: Embroidery
Material: Cotton

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Meaningful Shopping: At getting this piece you can be sure not only that you are getting a one a kind beautiful piece but also you are making an impact in the artisan and his family by helping them to make a living and to preserve their techniques that have been in their families for generations.

Sustainable: This piece was made all-natural and is eco-friendly, nothing is automatical everything is made by hand, the artisan uses only natural materials, things from the same land and organic pigments to create the pieces.

Fairtrade: The artisans that made this piece were well paid. We highly value their work and treat it with respect and admiration.

Handmade: This piece is unique, 100% handmade.

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