Embroidered Huipil: Zunil
Original embroidered huipil from the Maya village Zunil in the Xela region of Guatemala. Woven by indigenous women on a traditional back-strap loom.
Huipil: A huipil is a simple shaped blouse with impeccable hand-embroidered detailing. Huipiles are woven in panels on a backstrap loom by a female artisan. Every Maya village has their own unique signature represented in their garments.
Style: Depictions of thick embroidered roses and birds with neon coloring are traditional to this area making for a vibrant textile to work with. Approx dimensions 40" x 27" but the embellishment does not make up the entire area.
Disclaimer: Each blouse is used, vintage and has imperfections. Every Hiptipico huipil is handmade by Maya artisans which produces one-of-a-kind variations. This makes them uniquely charming and distinct from factory-made clothing.
Processing: Please allow 2 weeks for your order to process prior to shipping.
Shipping: Hiptipico covers shipping costs on orders over $1000.00! Buyer is responsible for any additional custom fees.
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