Multicolor Otomí - Tablecloth

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Multicolor Otomí - Tablecloth

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Multicolor Otomí - Tablecloth

This product belongs in the following collections:

Multicolor Otomí - Tablecloth

This product belongs in the following collections:

Multicolor Otomí - Tablecloth

This product belongs in the following collections:

Multicolor Otomí - Tablecloth

Multicolor Otomí - Tablecloth

$1,250

Multicolor Otomí - Tablecloth

68" Diameter
Contemporary Handmade
Mexico
68" Diameter
$1,250

This intricate, handmade, St. Frank embroidery was developed by indigenous Otomí people in central Mexico. The Otomí faced an... READ MORE

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This embroidered tablecloth is finished with a linen border. Our signature gold St. Frank plate is featured in the bottom right-hand corner of each piece.

All orders placed after 2 PM PT will be processed on the next business day. Allow 2-7 business days for delivery for standard shipping. Expedited shipping options are available at checkout.

*Please note that as unique, handmade art, no two pieces are ever exactly the same and color varies across monitors. Our website photos are a close representation of this work, but may not be identical to the piece you receive.

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This intricate, handmade, St. Frank embroidery was developed by indigenous Otomí people in central Mexico. The Otomí faced an... READ MORE

This intricate, handmade, St. Frank embroidery was developed by indigenous Otomí people in central Mexico. The Otomí faced an economic crisis in the 1960s caused by severe drought in their predominantly subsistence farming region. As an alternative source of income, Otomí women popularized this embroidery through the revival of an ancestral technique.

Today, skilled Otomí textile artists are in demand outside of their local communities as appreciation for this vibrant embroidery has traveled well beyond its humble origins. In recent years, Otomi embroidery has become an iconic textile print, appearing in the work of top interior and fashion designers. Even the cult French fashion house, Hermès, collaborated with Otomí artists to release an exclusive line of Hermès scarves featuring the distinctive designs.

The symbolism and iconography in this textile design reflect time-honored traditions and beliefs of harmony with nature. The whimsical flora and fauna embroidered motifs can be traced back to pre-Aztec Mesoamerica and are said to originate from cave paintings. Textile designers draw the animals and plants from memories, dreams, and mythical imagination; the forms are then embroidered.

This intricate, handmade, St. Frank embroidery was developed by indigenous Otomí people in central Mexico. The Otomí faced an economic crisis in the 1960s... Read More

This intricate, handmade, St. Frank embroidery was developed by indigenous Otomí people in central Mexico. The Otomí faced an economic crisis in the 1960s caused by severe drought in their predominantly subsistence farming region. As an alternative source of income, Otomí women popularized this embroidery through the revival of an ancestral technique.

Today, skilled Otomí textile artists are in demand outside of their local communities as appreciation for this vibrant embroidery has traveled well beyond its humble origins. In recent years, Otomi embroidery has become an iconic textile print, appearing in the work of top interior and fashion designers. Even the cult French fashion house, Hermès, collaborated with Otomí artists to release an exclusive line of Hermès scarves featuring the distinctive designs.

The symbolism and iconography in this textile design reflect time-honored traditions and beliefs of harmony with nature. The whimsical flora and fauna embroidered motifs can be traced back to pre-Aztec Mesoamerica and are said to originate from cave paintings. Textile designers draw the animals and plants from memories, dreams, and mythical imagination; the forms are then embroidered.

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Product Information

This embroidered tablecloth is finished with a linen border. Our signature gold St. Frank plate is featured in the bottom right-hand corner of each piece.

All orders placed after 2 PM PT will be processed on the next business day. Allow 2-7 business days for delivery for standard shipping. Expedited shipping options are available at checkout.

*Please note that as unique, handmade art, no two pieces are ever exactly the same and color varies across monitors. Our website photos are a close representation of this work, but may not be identical to the piece you receive.