Measurements: Length 7 1/4". Seven Pieces 1" w x 1/2" h (each).
Most of the pre-hispanic textile practices in Mexico have survived to this date. After colonization this practices like the use of cochinilla, an insect who lives in cacti, used as a carmine dye and the use of wool brought from spaniards have merged becoming what Mexican textile is today. Santo Tomas Jalieza is a town in Oaxaca, Mx, whose textile making and embroidery art still uses traditional techniques such as the use of the "telar de Cintura" or back strap loom.
Every piece is handmade just for you in our Brooklyn studio.
Please allow 2 weeks for your item to be shipped.
Embroidery patterns and leather texture may vary.