Table Runner 7
A handwoven long panel with supplementary brocade on the center and ends full of traditional designs from San Juan Cotzal. This is a new piece made by the cooperative from that town, supporting weavers.
The animal patterns featured include birds and deer, found prominently in the brocade patterns from the town. The deer is considered to be the most stable of animals by the Maya, as it is the largest native mammal. It symbolizes grounding, stability, balance. A nice reminder during these uncertain times.
The macramé fringing on the ends add a lovely touch to the table runner.
Width: 12 Inches
Length: 74 Inches plus 4 inches of fringes on each side
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