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Ecuador

Maya Shawl

€145,00 EUR

A simple way that can change your clothing and convey originality is with a Mayan scarf. It is light, unique and carries the talent of the artisans of Ecuador.

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Product information

Location of Origin
Ecuador

Community
Quito

Techniques

  • Industrial machine

Materials

  • Alpaca Eco

Dimensions

All of our pieces are made by artisan communities from different parts of the world, and each one takes several days of love to finish. In most cases they are unique pieces and in others they are very limited quantities where they will never be made in series. Due to the nature of their creation they will never be identical to each other.

Our shipments come from pieces available in the store or warehouse, which will have a delivery time of up to 7 business days. Others come from pieces in the creation processes in each community, town and country, the latter will take between 2 and 6 months to reach their destination, depending on the process involved in each piece.

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More about this piece

Location of Origin

Ecuador

Community

Quito

Techniques

  • Industrial machine

Materials

  • Alpaca Eco

Dimensions

Ecuador

A unique piece from Quito

The journey of wool begins in the interior of Ecuador, where artisan hands collect the natural fiber to be able to send it to the city of Quito and then be woven in a semi-industrial process that passes through a machine and is in turn made by dedicated hands of more experienced people who love their work.