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Hand knitted men's cotton blend poncho with brown horse

Hand knitted men's cotton blend poncho with brown horse
Hand knitted men's cotton blend poncho with brown horse
  • Hand knitted men's cotton blend poncho with brown horse
  • Hand knitted men's cotton blend poncho with brown horse

Ponchos have been used by the Native American peoples of the Andes since pre-Hispanic times and are now considered typical South American garments. But these coats serve nowadays not only as a national cloth but also as practical and stylish outwear. This Men's wool poncho is hand embroidered with a brown horse image on both sides. The edging of the item is decorated with grey and brown ornament and white fridge. This poncho is sure to keep you warm outdoors and inspire your inner cowboy.Typically it takes 1-2 weeks to complete a poncho.

Measurements
Height:
39.40
in
Width:
27.58
in
Depth:
0.39
in
Weight:
3.31
lb
Materials

The group typically spends 4-6 hours a day either working from their individual homes, or working together. Each poncho may take from a week to two weeks to make. The majority of the products are made from wool, however some of the products are made from a cotton blended material for more vibrant colors.

Shipping information

IMPORTANT SHIPPING INFO: shipping price shown here is a worldwide estimate for shipments sent via Mexican post. Please talk to me for an exact shipping price to your address.

Ship toDelivery MethodShipping Cost
All Countries
Mexpost (7-21 days)
$14.00 USD

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About the artisan
Artesenia Zapote Group - Embroidery Artisan from Mexico
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Fresno Nichi, Mexico
The Artsanias Zapote Group is made up of seven Mazahua women who work together in the town of Fresno Nichi located outside of San Felipe de Progresso, Mexico. The Artesania Zapote group has been... Read more
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