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The Suri Tapestry
This hand-woven tapestry features the Suri (known as Darwin's Rhea in English). A flightless bird similar to an ostrich or emu found in the northwestern high plains, and Patagonian desert. In Andean lore, the bird symbolizes the earth.
This tapestry was woven in Jujuy, Argentina, on a traditional loom using lambswool that is spun and dyed by hand. The asymmetries and beauty marks are part of what make this artisanal piece so unique, and in our eyes, so perfect.
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This tapestry looks even better in person. Quality is high and the colors are rich and vibrant. It looks perfect hanging on my wall.
The llama tapestry I ordered arrived today and I couldn't be happier. The quality is top-notch and I smile every time I walk by my new art. Thanks so much!
Beautiful!! Really impressed with the quality. Item exactly as pictured and quick shipping!
I was drawn to this tapestry as it is so unique and vibrant.
I ultimately got it as a gift for a sibling and she absolutely loves it. She already has it proudly displayed in her Brooklyn apartment.
I would absolutely buy another piece like this and the fact that it is one-of-a-kind makes it such a special gift for any recipient.