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$200.00

Bring the world to your sofa with this pillow, whose brilliant cover is digitally printed on 100% silk, based on a traditional women's huipil, found in Tecpan, Guatemala. Made in the USA.

 
$145.00

This simple striped pillow was woven by artisans from the lakeside village of Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala using a back-strap loom, a time-honored method of weaving. This pillow was made in partnership with non-profit organization Maya Traditions. Fair-trade. Insert included.

 
$168.00

This snappy, tasseled pillow makes for a funky yet sophisticated accent wherever you put it--without clashing. The cover was handwoven of naturally dyed threads and made in partnership with weaver Olga Reiche and her artisan groups just outside of Antigua, Guatemala.

 
$172.00

This pillow's hand-dyed cover was woven by an artisan from the lakeside village of San Juan la Laguna, Guatemala, using a traditional method of weaving called the back-strap loom. It features a pattern, achieved by the intricate tie dye technique jaspé. This pattern, specific to San Juan la Laguna, represents the pine trees found in that village, along the shores of Lake Atitlan. This pillow was made in partnership with non-profit organization Maya Traditions. Fair-trade.

 
$165.00

This snappy, tasseled pillow makes for a funky yet sophisticated accent wherever you put it--without clashing. The cover was handwoven in partnership with weaver Olga Reiche and her artisan groups just outside of Antigua, Guatemala.

 
$287.00

This patterned pillow was woven by artisans from the village of Nahula, Guatemala using a back-strap loom, a time-honored method of weaving. The pattern represents one of Nahula’s traditional geometric designs. This pillow was made in partnership with non-profit organization Maya Traditions. Fair-trade. Insert included.

 
$165.00

This snappy, tasseled pillow makes for a funky yet sophisticated accent wherever you put it--without clashing. The cover was handwoven in partnership with weaver Olga Reiche and her artisan groups just outside of Antigua, Guatemala.

 
$165.00

This snappy, tasseled pillow makes for a funky yet sophisticated accent wherever you put it--without clashing. The cover was handwoven in partnership with weaver Olga Reiche and her artisan groups just outside of Antigua, Guatemala.

 
$165.00

This snappy, tasseled pillow makes for a funky yet sophisticated accent wherever you put it--without clashing. The cover was handwoven in partnership with weaver Olga Reiche and her artisan groups just outside of Antigua, Guatemala.

 
$198.00

This patterned pillow represents a black-and-white version of a traditional textile from Almolonga, Guatemala and was woven by artisans using a backstrap loom, a time-honored method of weaving. This pillow was made in partnership with a non-profit organization on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Fair-trade. Zipper closure. Insert included.

 
$215.00

This hand-dyed, tasseled pillow makes a funky-yet-sophisticated accent wherever it's placed. The super-washed indigo cotton cover was handwoven in partnership with an artisan group just outside of Antigua, Guatemala. Zipper closure. Insert included.

 
$149.00

This patterned pillow was woven by an artisan from the lakeside village of Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala using a back-strap loom, a time-honored method of weaving. The textile features an intricate Guatemalan tie-dye technique called "jaspé"--this particular jaspé design is specific to Santiago Atitlan. This pillow was made in partnership with a non-profit organization on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Solid back. Insert included.

 
$168.00

This hand-dyed, tasseled pillow makes a funky-yet-sophisticated accent wherever it's placed. The super-washed indigo cotton cover was handwoven in partnership with an artisan group just outside of Antigua, Guatemala. Zipper closure. Insert included.

 
$165.00

This patterned pillow was woven by an artisan from the lakeside village of Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala using a back-strap loom, a time-honored method of weaving. The textile features an intricate Guatemalan tie-dye technique called "jaspé"--this particular jaspé design is specific to Santiago Atitlan. This fair-trade pillow was made in partnership with a non-profit organization on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Solid back. Insert included.

 
$287.00

This patterned pillow represents a vibrant color combination of a traditional textile from Almolonga, Guatemala and was woven by artisans using a back-strap loom, a time-honored method of weaving. This pillow was made in partnership with a non-profit organization on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Fair-trade. Zipper closure. Insert included.

 
$287.00

This patterned cotton pillow was woven by artisans from the village of Nahualá, Guatemala using a backstrap loom, a time-honored method of weaving. The pattern represents a design from the village of San Pedro Sacatepequez, but uses the Nahualan weaving technique. This pillow is made in partnership with the non-profit organization Maya Traditions. Fair-trade. Zipper closure. Insert included.

 
$322.00

This patterned pillow represents a neutral version of a traditional textile from Almolonga, Guatemala and was woven by artisans using a backstrap loom, a time-honored method of weaving. This pillow is made in partnership with a non-profit organization on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Fair-trade. Zipper closure. Insert included.

 
$287.00

This patterned pillow represents a vibrant interpretation of a traditional textile from Almolonga, Guatemala and was woven by artisans using a backstrap loom, a time-honored method of weaving. This pillow is made in partnership with a non-profit organization on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Fair-trade. Zipper closure. Insert included.

 
$175.00

This patterned cotton pillow was woven by an artisan from Totonicapán, Guatemala using a foot loom. The textile features an intricate Guatemalan tie-dye technique called "jaspé"--this particular jaspé design is specific to Totonicapán. Solid back. Insert included.

 
$322.00

This patterned pillow represents a vibrant version of a traditional textile from Almolonga, Guatemala and was woven by artisans using a backstrap loom, a time-honored method of weaving. This pillow is made in partnership with a non-profit organization on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Fair-trade. Zipper closure. Insert included.

 
$198.00

This patterned cotton pillow was woven by artisans from the village of Nahualá, Guatemala using a backstrap loom, a time-honored method of weaving. The pattern represents one of Nahualá’s traditional geometric designs. This pillow is made in partnership with non-profit organization Maya Traditions. Fair-trade. Zipper closure. Insert included.

 
$168.00

This striped, tasseled pillow makes a funky-yet-sophisticated accent wherever it's placed. The cotton cover is handwoven in partnership with an artisan group just outside of Antigua, Guatemala. Insert included.

 
$124.00

This patterned cotton pillow was woven by an artisan from Totonicapán, Guatemala using a foot loom. The textile features an intricate Guatemalan tie-dye technique called "jaspé"--this particular jaspé design is specific to Totonicapán. Solid back. Insert included.

 
$168.00

This striped, tasseled pillow makes a funky-yet-sophisticated accent wherever it's placed. The cotton cover is handwoven in partnership with an artisan group just outside of Antigua, Guatemala. Insert included.

 
$175.00

This patterned pillow was woven by an artisan from Totonicapán, Guatemala using hand-dyed natural indigo threads. The pattern represents "jaspé basura," a time-honored weaving style that involved using scrap threads from the floor of the weaving room, spinning them, and weaving them back together. Zipper closure. Insert included.

 
$124.00

This patterned cotton pillow was woven by an artisan from Totonicapán, Guatemala using a foot loom. The textile features an intricate Guatemalan tie-dye technique called "jaspé"--this particular jaspé design is specific to Totonicapán. Solid back. Insert included.

 
$168.00

This striped, tasseled pillow makes a funky-yet-sophisticated accent wherever it's placed. The cover was handwoven in partnership with an artisan group just outside of Antigua, Guatemala. Insert included.

 
$149.50

This patterned cotton pillow was woven by an artisan from Totonicapán, Guatemala using a foot loom. The textile features an intricate Guatemalan tie-dye technique called "jaspé"--this particular jaspé design is specific to Totonicapán. Solid back. Insert included.

 
$124.00

This patterned cotton pillow was woven by an artisan from Totonicapán, Guatemala using a foot loom. The textile features an intricate Guatemalan tie-dye technique called "jaspé"--this particular jaspé design is specific to Totonicapán. Solid back. Insert included.

 
1970s Guatemalan Lumbar Pillow
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$109.00
Pillow fashioned out of a 1970s Guatemalan traditional skirt textile made from hand-dyed indigo and silver metallic stripes, and handwoven on a footloom. Zipper closure. 95% feather/5% down pillow insert included. Solid back. Age wear, minor imperfections on vintage textile.
 
1970s Guatemalan Lumbar Pillow
VINTAGE
$115.00
Custom pillow fashioned out of a fragment of a vintage Guatemalan handwoven and hand-dyed indigo cotton skirt fabric. Solid off-white handwoven cotton fabric back. Zipper closure. 95% feather/5% down pillow insert included.
 
Indigo Ikat Lumbar Pillow
VINTAGE
$115.00
This vintage Guatemalan textile was originally a traditional skirt fabric. It is made from hand-dyed ikat fabric with indigo and multicolored stripes, then handwoven on a footloom.100% cotton. 12" x 20". Zipper closure.Please note: this item is made with vintage fabric, and will have imperfections that make it all the more unique and beautiful.95% feather/5% down pillow insert included.
 
1970s Guatemalan Lumbar Pillow
VINTAGE
$109.00
Pillow fashioned out of a 1970s Guatemalan traditional skirt textile made from hand-dyed ikat fabric with multicolored stripes, and handwoven on a footloom. Zipper closure. 95% feather/5% down pillow insert included. Solid back. Age wear, minor imperfections on vintage textile.
 
1970s Guatemalan Lumbar Pillow
VINTAGE
$109.00
Pillow fashioned out of a 1970s Guatemalan traditional skirt textile made from hand-dyed indigo fabric handwoven on a footloom. Zipper closure. 95% feather/5% down pillow insert included. Solid back. Age wear, minor imperfections on vintage textile.
 
Indigo Rainbow Stripe Pillow
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$125.00
Pillow made from a vintage Guatemalan handwoven and hand-dyed indigo cotton skirt with rainbow stripes. Zipper closure. Feather-and-down insert included.
 
Guatemalan Ikat Cloth
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Guatemalan Ikat Cloth
$165.00
Vintage tzute featuring a special thread dyeing technique called jaspe (ikat) from Totonicapan, Guatemala. Tzutes are multi-purpose cloths and can be used as a tablecloth, wall hanging, shawl, and most traditionally, a carrying cloth. Minor wear.
 
Royal Blue Zunil Pillow
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Royal Blue Zunil Pillow
$125.00
Pillow fashioned out of a textile fragment of a 1970s traditional handwoven skirt from Zunil, Guatemala. Wool ground fabric with acrylic and metallic brocade. Zipper closure. Feather-and-down insert. Minor wear.
 
Guatemalan Ikat Cloth
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Guatemalan Ikat Cloth
$125.00
Vintage tzute featuring a special thread dyeing technique called jaspe (ikat) from Totonicapan, Guatemala. Handwoven on a backstrap loom. Tzutes are multi-purpose cloths and can be used as a tablecloth, wall hanging, shawl, and most traditionally, a carrying cloth. Minor wear.
 
1970s Guatemalan Lumbar Pillow
VINTAGE
$125.00
Pillow fashioned out of a 1970s Guatemalan traditional skirt textile made from hand-dyed ikat fabric with multicolored stripes, and handwoven on a footloom. Zipper closure. 95% feather/5% down pillow insert included. Solid back. Age wear, minor imperfections on vintage textile.
 
Guatemalan Tzute Cloth
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Guatemalan Tzute Cloth
$185.00
Vintage tzute featuring a special thread dyeing technique called jaspe (ikat) from Totonicapan, Guatemala. Tzutes are multi-purpose cloths and can be used as a tablecloth, wall hanging, shawl, and most traditionally, a carrying cloth. Minor wear.
 
1970s Guatemalan Pillows, S/2
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$219.00
Pair of pillows fashioned out of a 1970s Guatemalan traditional skirt textile made from hand-dyed ikat fabric with multicolored stripes, and handwoven on a footloom. Zipper closures. 95% feather/5% down inserts included. Solid back. Age wear, minor imperfections on vintage textile.
 
1970s Guatemalan Pillows, S/2
VINTAGE
$249.00
Pair of pillows fashioned out of a 1970s Guatemalan traditional skirt textile made from hand-dyed ikat fabric with multicolored stripes, and handwoven on a footloom. Zipper closures. 95% feather/5% down inserts included. Solid back. Age wear, minor imperfections on vintage textile.
 
Black Guatemalan Cloth
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Black Guatemalan Cloth
$185.00
Vintage tzute featuring a special thread dyeing technique called jaspe (ikat) from Totonicapan, Guatemala. Tzutes are multi-purpose cloths and can be used as a tablecloth, wall hanging, shawl, and most traditionally, a carrying cloth. One small hole and one fringe tassel is missing.
 
1970s Guatemalan Pillows, S/2
VINTAGE
$219.00
Pair of pillows fashioned out of a 1970s Guatemalan traditional skirt textile made from hand-dyed ikat fabric with multicolored stripes, and handwoven on a footloom. Zipper closures. 95% feather/5% down inserts included. Age wear, minor imperfections on vintage textile.
 
1970s Guatemalan Pillows, S/2
VINTAGE
$135.00
Pair of pillows fashioned out of a 1970s Guatemalan traditional skirt textile made from hand-dyed ikat fabric with multicolored stripes, and handwoven on a footloom. Zipper closures. 95% feather/5% down inserts included. Age wear, minor imperfections on vintage textile.
 
1970s Guatemalan Pillows, S/2
VINTAGE
$219.00
Pair of pillows fashioned out of a 1970s Guatemalan traditional skirt textile made from hand-dyed ikat fabric handwoven on a footloom. Zipper closures. 95% feather/5% down inserts included. Solid back. Age wear, minor imperfections on vintage textile.
 
Royal Blue Wool Zunil Pillow
VINTAGE
$125.00
Pillow made from a 1970s handwoven traditional skirt from Zunil, Guatemala. Wool ground fabric with acrylic and metallic brocade. Zipper closure. Feather-and-down insert included. Minor wear.
 
Guatemalan Cloth
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Guatemalan Cloth
$125.00
Vintage tzute featuring a special thread dyeing technique called jaspe (ikat) from Totonicapan, Guatemala. Handwoven on a backstrap loom. Tzutes are multi-purpose cloths and can be used as a tablecloth, wall hanging, shawl, and most traditionally, a carrying cloth. Minor wear.
 
1970s Guatemalan Pillow
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1970s Guatemalan Pillow
$125.00
Pillow fashioned out of a 1970s Guatemalan traditional skirt textile made from hand-dyed indigo and silver metallic stripes, and handwoven on a footloom. Zipper closure. 95% feather/5% down pillow insert included. Solid back. Age wear, minor imperfections on vintage textile.
 
Guatemalan Ikat Cloth
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Guatemalan Ikat Cloth
$165.00
Vintage tzute featuring a special thread dyeing technique called jaspe (ikat) from Totonicapan, Guatemala. Handwoven on a backstrap loom. Tzutes are multi-purpose cloths and can be used as a tablecloth, wall hanging, shawl, and most traditionally, a carrying cloth. Minor stains.
 
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