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Chamula black wool bag

122.00
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Chamula black wool bag

122.00

Color: Black, red, yellow, orange and green
Size: 12x10 in
Weight: 1.4 oz
Material: wool and cotton

Handmade wool bag from San Juan Chamula, Mexico.

This is a special  bag since the interior of it has the same wool fabric used by women skirts and men black tunics. (See images)


A little bit about the Chamula community:

San Juan Chamula is a small town located 6 miles northwest of San Cristobal de las Casas, is home to a fiercely independent Tzotzil community. The Tzotzil Maya are one of the largest indigenous groups in Chiapas, making up roughly one third of the state’s indigenous population.

The Chamulans are talented artisans who produce high quality handmade embroidered blouses, bags and weavings. 

You can identify the people of San Juan Chamula by their traditional dress. The men wear black or white wool tunics called chujes that are belted around the waist. The women dress in embroidered huipils (blouses) made of cotton or satin blouses, shawls and long black wool skirts.

 

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Color: Black, red, yellow, orange and green
Size: 12x10 in
Weight: 1.4 oz
Material: wool and cotton

Handmade wool bag from San Juan Chamula, Mexico.

This is a special  bag since the interior of it has the same wool fabric used by women skirts and men black tunics. (See images)


A little bit about the Chamula community:

San Juan Chamula is a small town located 6 miles northwest of San Cristobal de las Casas, is home to a fiercely independent Tzotzil community. The Tzotzil Maya are one of the largest indigenous groups in Chiapas, making up roughly one third of the state’s indigenous population.

The Chamulans are talented artisans who produce high quality handmade embroidered blouses, bags and weavings. 

You can identify the people of San Juan Chamula by their traditional dress. The men wear black or white wool tunics called chujes that are belted around the waist. The women dress in embroidered huipils (blouses) made of cotton or satin blouses, shawls and long black wool skirts.