An adorable rendition of the traditional "tecolote" or owl, known in Guatemala for good luck and fortune. This friendly monster-looking tecolote was made entirely of repurposed traditional corte textiles by our friends in Patanatic by Lake Atitlán, and they make adorable gifts for kids as well as for adults - we're loving having these guys as home decor, surprising visitors with their cute faces.
Each tecolote is one of a kind.
Width: 16.5 inches
Length: 13.5 inches
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