Vintage 29: Servilleta Totonicapán
While the word "servilleta" literally translates as "napkin," the practical use for such a textile is more like a kitchen cloth. You may choose to use this newly-woven textile to wrap tortillas, as a kitchen towel, or perhaps as a colorful heartfelt accent at home.
The traditional jaspe (ikat) design says “hecho en Totonicapán” meaning “made in Totonicapán” which is a town famous for ikat. The ikat weft is cotton, and the other colors are in a cotton blend. Note that the fringing has been left loose.
This piece is new, it has not been used.
Width: 22 inches
Length: 21 inches
Material: Cotton & cotton blend
Care: Hand wash separately and line dry.
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