Frazada LVIII - Blanket

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Frazada LVIII - Blanket

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Frazada LVIII - Blanket

Frazada LVIII - Blanket

$540

Frazada LVIII - Blanket

5'5" W x 4'10" H
Vintage
Bolivia
5'5" W x 4'10" H
$540

Women from the indigenous Aymara group of Andean South America have practiced frazada weaving since pre-Colombian times. Weavers create... READ MORE

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This rug is finished with our signature gold plate.

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.

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Vintage Bolivia

Women from the indigenous Aymara group of Andean South America have practiced frazada weaving since pre-Colombian times. Weavers create... READ MORE

Women from the indigenous Aymara group of Andean South America have practiced frazada weaving since pre-Colombian times. Weavers create colorful strips from hand-sheared sheep's wool on a backstrap loom. Then, two pieces are sewn together to create a frazada. Offering lively warmth and sturdy thickness, frazadas were originally used as blankets, created to protect against the chill of the Andean highlands. Today, these textiles are popular for their use as bright rugs and picnic blankets.

Women from the indigenous Aymara group of Andean South America have practiced frazada weaving since pre-Colombian times. Weavers create colorful strips from hand-sheared sheep's... Read More

Women from the indigenous Aymara group of Andean South America have practiced frazada weaving since pre-Colombian times. Weavers create colorful strips from hand-sheared sheep's wool on a backstrap loom. Then, two pieces are sewn together to create a frazada. Offering lively warmth and sturdy thickness, frazadas were originally used as blankets, created to protect against the chill of the Andean highlands. Today, these textiles are popular for their use as bright rugs and picnic blankets.

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Product Information

This rug is finished with our signature gold plate.

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.