A traditional Bolivian textile called aguayo cloth is rendered in edgy geometrical shapes and fashioned into a contemporary bib necklace. Aguayo cloth can be found all over Latin America and comes in a variety of brilliant colors and beautiful patterns. Traditionally worn knotted around the neck, aguayo is part of women's every day lives, used to carry children or transport groceries. This necklace features repurposed aguayo cloth and transforms it into an entirely new accessory. Because it is made of repurposed materials, each necklace will look different. Crafted by fair trade artisans, this piece is a lovely mix of contemporary design and cultural tradition. Necklace is about 20 inches long and is made with a hook and eye clasp. Largest geometric shape is 2 inches wide and 1.25 inches long.
- Rainbow weave Bolivian textile necklace
- Made of bronze and repurposed aguayo cloth
- Necklace is 20 inches long
- Larget geometric shape is 2 x 1.25 inches
- Hook and eye clasp
- Crafted by fair trade women artisans
- Made in Bolivia
Handcrafted: Artistically created by hand where beauty and imperfections go together wonderfully. Please accept and appreciate minor imperfections and variations which are true characteristic of this craft.