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The Wind Tapestry in Orange
The design of this tapestry 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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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.