Liijlla from the province of Tapacari in Chochabamba.
Textiles from this region are made with a very unique and complex technique. The pebble weave, which is the true reverisble design that appears alone or in combination with other patterns.
This one in particular is made in Alpaca.
The Llijllas are from the Quechua regions of Bolivia, which are located in the central, southern regions and around some areas near the Lake Titicaca. They are rectangular shaped and are worn by women as a shawl pined on the front with a topo (pin), and like the Aguayos, they are also used to carry babies as well as any other goods.
This is a vintage piece - this is a real aguayo that belonged to someone for likely decades. We take great care in hand selecting the pieces we choose and while for the most part they are in amazing conditions, these have been loved and used for many many years and therefore aren't perfect 'brandnew' items. We feel this adds to the beauty and uniqueness of these pieces, and we hope you do too.
Return and Refund Policy
If you are unsatisfied we would be happy to refund or exchange your product for something else, but you will have pay for shipping. :)