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Traditional Peruvian Fabric - Brown/Colorful - Cuzco double sided

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Traditional Peruvian Fabric - Cuzco double sided - Brown/Colorful

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Description

We have decided to include in our home-decor category our very beautiful certified traditional Peruvian fabrics.

 

Peruvian fabrics handmade with love and passion by artisans from the city of Cusco. The "manto peruano" or "lliclla" in Quechua is a beautiful, colorful, useful and very practical fabric.

 

This fabric can have many decorative or practical uses.

This Peruvian fabric can be used as a tablecloth, wall decoration, decoration for sofas, beds and other furniture. But also as a baby blanket, as a beach towel, sarong, picnic tablecloth in the park or at the beach, etc. In Peru, women use the Aguayo or Peruvian canvas to carry their babies or transport their merchandise to sell in the markets.

 

So are you ready to offer yourself or offer a touch of happiness with the accents of Peru?

 

The colors of Peru inspire us

 

Where were they made?

 

Our fabrics were made in Southern Peru in Cusco.

 

In the cities of Cuzco there is a large population of artisans dedicated to textile art. These artists still preserve the varied and ancestral techniques of textile art such as the horizontal flat, stake or pedal loom, the 5-stick technique to make "chullos" or traditional Peruvian hats, among others.</ p>

 

What are the different types of fibers we use?

 

The rapid adaptation of our Peruvian craftsmen allows them to work with all kinds of yarns and thus switch from vegetable yarns to synthetic yarns. This currently allows us to offer vegan or organic products.

 

What types of dyes do we use?

 

The natural dyes at hand are mainly those of vegetable origin, such as plants, bark, flowers, fruits, seeds, etc. These dyes allow a palette of varied colors and warm shades: browns, oranges, ocher through yellow and green. For the most intense colors, such as red and blue, we need dyes like cochineal and indigo. With these colorants we can obtain the other part of the color wheel, that is, red and blue in all their ranges.

 

A bit of history

 

Our Peruvian fabrics represent the oldest art in Peru which is textile art. Textile art is an art that was born before ceramic and metallurgical art. The oldest fabric remains date back to over 6000 BC and were found in the pre-ceramic settlement of Huaca Prieta, on the northern coast of Peru.

 

Our ancestors before the Inca culture were already ecological since the technique of vegetable dyeing of cotton, an organic fiber, also dates back to thousands of years before J.C.

 

IMPORTANT

Please consider that the colors of the photos may differ significantly from those of the items which will be delivered to you, due to the definition of your screen and the intensity of the light during the photoshoot.

 

In addition, each item in our collection is a unique handmade item. None can be perfectly identical to another.


Reference: TTP000503

Features

- Woven ethnic motifs: Peruvian ceramics, "Tumi" and Llamas.
- Color: Brown and other colors
- Made in Peru with love
- Double-sided fabric
- Flat fabric

Dimensions

130 cm x 130 cm (±) 5 cm

Composition

100% SYNTHÉTIQUE

Maintenance

  • Washing prohibited
  • Dry cleaning prohibited
  • Bleaching prohibited
  • Use a stain repellent

Description

We have decided to include in our home-decor category our very beautiful certified traditional Peruvian fabrics.

 

Peruvian fabrics handmade with love and passion by artisans from the city of Cusco. The "manto peruano" or "lliclla" in Quechua is a beautiful, colorful, useful and very practical fabric.

 

This fabric can have many decorative or practical uses.

This Peruvian fabric can be used as a tablecloth, wall decoration, decoration for sofas, beds and other furniture. But also as a baby blanket, as a beach towel, sarong, picnic tablecloth in the park or at the beach, etc. In Peru, women use the Aguayo or Peruvian canvas to carry their babies or transport their merchandise to sell in the markets.

 

So are you ready to offer yourself or offer a touch of happiness with the accents of Peru?

 

The colors of Peru inspire us

 

Where were they made?

 

Our fabrics were made in Southern Peru in Cusco.

 

In the cities of Cuzco there is a large population of artisans dedicated to textile art. These artists still preserve the varied and ancestral techniques of textile art such as the horizontal flat, stake or pedal loom, the 5-stick technique to make "chullos" or traditional Peruvian hats, among others.</ p>

 

What are the different types of fibers we use?

 

The rapid adaptation of our Peruvian craftsmen allows them to work with all kinds of yarns and thus switch from vegetable yarns to synthetic yarns. This currently allows us to offer vegan or organic products.

 

What types of dyes do we use?

 

The natural dyes at hand are mainly those of vegetable origin, such as plants, bark, flowers, fruits, seeds, etc. These dyes allow a palette of varied colors and warm shades: browns, oranges, ocher through yellow and green. For the most intense colors, such as red and blue, we need dyes like cochineal and indigo. With these colorants we can obtain the other part of the color wheel, that is, red and blue in all their ranges.

 

A bit of history

 

Our Peruvian fabrics represent the oldest art in Peru which is textile art. Textile art is an art that was born before ceramic and metallurgical art. The oldest fabric remains date back to over 6000 BC and were found in the pre-ceramic settlement of Huaca Prieta, on the northern coast of Peru.

 

Our ancestors before the Inca culture were already ecological since the technique of vegetable dyeing of cotton, an organic fiber, also dates back to thousands of years before J.C.

 

IMPORTANT

Please consider that the colors of the photos may differ significantly from those of the items which will be delivered to you, due to the definition of your screen and the intensity of the light during the photoshoot.

 

In addition, each item in our collection is a unique handmade item. None can be perfectly identical to another.


Features

- Woven ethnic motifs: Peruvian ceramics, "Tumi" and Llamas.
- Color: Brown and other colors
- Made in Peru with love
- Double-sided fabric
- Flat fabric

Dimensions

130 cm x 130 cm (±) 5 cm

Composition

100% SYNTHÉTIQUE

Reference: TTP000503

Maintenance

  • Washing prohibited
  • Dry cleaning prohibited
  • Bleaching prohibited
  • Use a stain repellent

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