Mesa cloth almost exactly square with chili flower symbols and double condors by expert weaver Felicitas Apaza Apaza of Chaya community. Living directly under the watchful gaze of Apu Ausangate, Felicitas and her husband host a school to teach youth about ancient Andean wisdom and knowledge. Her husband collects medicinal of the Andes and is a paqo (mytic healer or shaman). This wonderful textile features bound ends and the deep respect of ancient weaving traditions.
24 x 25.5 inches. 61 x 65 cm. Photo of weaver is included.
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