Serape 1930-1940 – Eye has approximately 1 inch square hole but damage is minimal elsewhere
Lovely serape circa 1930-40, minimal moth damage and some fringe damage.
Vintage Guatemalan solid hand woven tapestry. Predominant green background
Otomi tablecloth embroidered in Mexican-yellow cotton thread worked on heavy
Serape predominately green wool, closely woven in a runner with perfect fringe.
Cross stitched shawl on creamy white background with tasseled ends
Michoacan stitchery for framing or pillow art “Las Guares de Michoacan”
Michoacan stitchery “Mujer Con Pescados”
Various small moth nibbles, but still retains bright vivid colors
Saltillo with black background in great condition and almost perfect fringe.
Outstanding woolen serape, black background, minimal moth damage to body ending in perfect fringe.
Pillows on Bench
Black and white rug
A textile artisian possesses a passionate appreciation and a magical talent for merging color, pattern, and designs. No where will you see this phenomenon more than in Mexico and Guatemala, where ancient methods of their forefathers are passed from one generation to the next. We have collected special examples of their art, each one individually selected for it’s unique expression of talent.