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The Wind Tapestry in Red


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The Wind Tapestry in Red

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.


  • Handwoven in Jujuy, Argentina
  • Material: 100 % Wool
  • Dimensions: 33x20 in
  • Suggested Use: wall hanging or rug
  • Includes wooden wall mount and string
  • One of a kind

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

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 1 review
      Peter W
      Vibrant, warm, colorful - Super satisfied with this tapestry

      I was really drawn to the bright, vibrant colors in this tapestry and really hoped that the colors on the website would match the piece when it arrived. To my surprise it was pretty accurate to the photos (see attached photo - hard to truly capture the color with iPhone, but it definitely looks good), and I'm absolutely loving the look of it on my wall. It's also a pretty decent size, taking up space without being overwhelmingly large. The quality can be seen and felt. Really appreciate the attention to detail these artisans put into this piece! Shipping was also super fast (3-4 days I believe). Thanks!

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