Timeless in Black

Black Baby Alpaca Handwoven Peruvian Shawl

$79.99
(3 reviews) Write a Review
SKU: 267034
Description
Timeless in its beauty, this elegant shawl is woven by hand on the backstrap loom. Drawn thread work flows across the textile. By Maritza Pacori, the wrap reveals the allure of alpaca wool.
  • 100% alpaca
  • 0.44 lbs
  • 24.5 inches L x 67 inches W
  • Made in Peru

Meet the Artist

Maritza Pacori

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3 Reviews

  • 5
    nice item

    Posted by Nha-hanh on Jul 30th 2018

    warm and soft

  • 5
    Lovely shawl

    Posted by Paula on Apr 13th 2018

    I live in Florida, but this is so wonderful for air conditioned rooms! The material is soft, and the design is intricate. Really lovely. When the weather is cooler, this will also be great atop a sweater. The fabric is high quality.

  • 5
    A work of art

    Posted by Melinda on Aug 22nd 2017

    This shawl is beautiful, soft and warm. I would have liked it to be just a little longer, but I know I will use it often.

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  • Empowering Women
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  • Job Creator
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  • Preserving Traditions
    Preserving Traditions

    This artist uses traditional techniques handed down through the generations and/or creates culturally significant items, helping keep these traditions alive.

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