Our vintage rebozos are a Hiptipico favorite! You'll turn heads in this gorgeously unique shawl that features traditional embroidery and ikat hand-dying. Complete with fringe trim details. This rebozo is traditionally woven on a back-strap loom by female artisans. Worn by a Maya women, this piece is “pre-loved” and carries a long history that makes it incredibly unique. Condition: Good.
This striking piece makes a nice heavier scarf or shawl but it's also equally deserving of being put on display in your home as a bed runner or wall hanging. Cozy and versatile.
Every Hiptipico rebozo is handmade by Maya artisans which produces one-of-a-kind variations. This makes them uniquely charming and distinct from factory-made accessories.
Give Back: Your purchase provides a dignified job opportunity to female artisans in rural Guatemala, aiding in their quest to escape poverty.
This item is in stock at our HQ in Guatemala and delivery is approximately 14 - 21 days. Please allow extra transit time for international destinations.
≫ ≫ Due to the handmade nature of this product, color and patterning will vary slightly from image. This is part of Hiptipico's unique charm, no two items are the same.
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Origin: Chichicastenango, Quiché
Ethnicity Maya K'iche'
Originally from the culturally rich village of Chichicastenango, Lydia grew up surrounded by textiles and embroideries. As a young girl she frollicked amongst patterns and colors as her mother sold used traditional clothing at the local market. Her family has sourced traditional Mayan textiles for years and Lydia proudly maintains her culture by continuing in the family business. She graciously wears her native garb, speaks the indigenous language K'iche' and is passing all her cultural knowledge down to her children.Shop Lydia's collection!