Red Totonicapan Diamonds

Cotton scarf

$39.99
(1 review) Write a Review
SKU: 206201
Description
Woven by hand, this beautiful scarf features diamond motifs. They are a symbol of designs by Miguel Hernandez and his family. He alternates bands of red with open spaces that feature the black warp threads so the scarf drapes beautifully. He names it for Totonicapan, a Guatemalan village renowned for its weaving arts.
  • 100% cotton
  • 0.25 lbs
  • 70 inches L x 16 inches W
  • Fringe: 2.8 inches L
  • Made in Guatemala

Meet the Artist

Miguel Hernandez

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  • Caring for Children
    Caring for Children
  • Elder Master
    Elder Master
  • Enabling Education
    Enabling Education
  • Preserving Traditions
    Preserving Traditions

1 Review

  • 4
    Beautiful color and weave

    Posted by Josefina on Dec 29th 2017

    Scarf arrived beautifully wrapped with a bow and mini guatemlan figure. The scarf is a lovely deep crimson red and black, light and airy. I was a little worried that the red would be stop-sign red but it is perfect. It is a firm cotton weave that will be easy to wear in warmer weather. Only wish it could be longer to add more versatility. Well done Yesenia!

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  • Caring for Children
    Caring for Children

    This artist supports children under the age of 18.

    The Caring for Children Badge is awarded to those artisans who support children under the age of 18

  • Elder Master
    Elder Master

    This artist is an elder master and continues to actively practice their craft.

    The Elder Master badge is awarded to artisans who are practicing their craft at age 65 or older

  • Enabling Education
    Enabling Education

    This artist is currently supporting and providing for the education of their children, grandchildren, or children in their community, whether it be at the primary, secondary, or university level.

    The Enabling Education badge is awarded to artisans currently supporting and providing for the education of their own children or grandchildren, or the children of others in the community, whether it be at the primary, secondary, or university level

  • 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.

    The Preserving Traditions badge is awarded to artisans who use traditional techniques handed down through the generations, as well as artisans that craft culturally significant items, keeping these traditions alive. "