On-trend, key colorways.
Fique is a natural fiber that cultivates in the leaves of the fique plant. It is native to Andean regions of Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru.
Pre-Colombian populations extracted and implemented the fique fibers for some centuries before the arrival of Spanish conquerors to make garments, ropes, hammocks, and many other tools. Fique is well-known for its strength and durability. Fique garments tend to last decades when proper care is given.
These artisanal bags are worn by both men and women. Give your ensemble a chic and bohemian appeal.
Wear it across your body or on one shoulder.
Weaver: Teresa from Zaku Arumuke Association. Zaku Arumuke translates, Weavers of Thought.
Pattern name: "Murallas" or "Walla".
Pattern colors: Orange, red, purple.
31 Height / 29 Width / 20 Diameter / strap drop length 52 / strap width 8 (centimeters)
12 H / 11 W / 8 D / strap drop length 20 / strap width 3 (inches)
Note: Please keep in mind these are handcrafted, artisanal items, and dimensions and tones could vary slightly. Thank you.
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