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.
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I loved being able to support a small business and an individual craftsman with this purchase. The shipping was fast and the colors are as vibrant as pictured. Super special and one of a kind gift!
I ordered 2 table runners and was very pleased with the vibrancy of the color. I’m using one as a wall hanging and everyone who has seen it so far has loved it.
Beautiful runner! Brightens up my dining room so well.
I waited patiently for the runner I've had my eye on to be in stock. After watching the web site for a few months, it was re-stocked and I jumped on it, and I'm so glad I did! The runner isn't particularly wide or long, but it's the perfect size for my table which is on the smaller side. The colors are truly as vibrant as they appear in the pictures and the runner adds a beautiful touch to my dining room decor. The hand-written thank you note was a nice touch as well.
I purchased two table runners and they are both so beautiful! The wool is so soft and the colors are so much better in person. I bought these as gifts and really think I will be going back for one for myself.