One-of-a-kind, handwoven virgin wool backpack. This piece was crafted by Maria Luisa Jansasoy, a special friend and a master weaver also known as "an open book". She teaches the younger generations of ancestral weaving techniques. Maria belongs to Kamentza indigenous reserve in Putumayo, Colombia.
Dimensions: 50 Height x 40 Width (cm)
20 H x 16 W (in)
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