The Wind Runner in Burnt Orange

The Wind Runner in Burnt Orange

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The Wind Runner in Burnt Orange

The design of this runner is inspired "Guari" which means "The Wind" In Quechua. Quecha is the most widely spoken pre-Columbian language spoken in the Americas and can be heard throughout the central Andes Mountains including Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Chile.


  • Handwoven in Jujuy, Argentina
  • Material: 100 % Wool
  • Dimensions: 60x12 in
  • Suggested Use: table adornment or wall tapestry
  • One of a kind

    Please note, the product on sale is shown in the first three images, the following artistic image(s) serve to contextualize the runners and may not represent the exact product displayed in the first three images.

      Our table runners are made in rural Jujuy by artisans who wish to remain anonymous. Mauro Vidte, who we met in Purmamarca, Jujuy, procures the runners from several families living in the countryside.

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