Mexican Women's Geometric Shawls(30 items)
Featured Reviews on Mexican Women's Geometric Shawls
More Beautiful Than the Picture
I bought this as a graduation gift and I was doubly amazed; first, the packaging it arrived in was incredible and the item itself was above and beyond in quality and workmanship.
Detailed handwork and beautiful design
I purchased this wonderful textile that can be worn as a shawl or on a table as a runner. Detailed craftsmanship and perfect execution.
This rebozo is a stunning piece. I am so proud every time I get to use it or demonstrate it. It arrived very quickly, wrapped beautifully, and even had a note about the woman who made it. Well worth the investment and I send anyone who asks about it to this site.
Delfina Ruiz Zapotec wool rugs
"This is the art my parents dedicated their lives to, and it's what I know best."
“We have worked with you for some time now, which has taught me in a very special way to listen to my heart. Thank you for the confidence and perseverance in being part of our growth process. Thanks to you, we are creating more and more handwoven rugs and... read more
Popular Mexican Women's Geometric Shawls
Black Zapotec Rebozo Shawl with Colorful Geometric Stripes, "Zapotec Night Splendor"$54.99
Working on the handloom, Carmen Ruiz weaves an extraordinary Zapotec shawl. Intricate motifs in orange, red and pink mingle with blue and forest green on an expanse of midnight black. A voluptuous hand tied macramé fringe completes this lovely cotton wrap, which takes its colors from natural dyes.
Geometric Cotton Patterned Shawl, "Black Zapotec Treasures"$59.99
Mastering Zapotec weaving techniques, Carmen Ruiz creates a shawl of exceptional elegance. She uses the thorn of the plant to obtain the rich black hue, which contrasts nicely with the iridescent pink patterns at the ends of the shawl.
Silvery Grey on Black Handwoven Zapotec Rebozo Shawl, "Fiesta in Black and Silver"$59.99
Colorful and beautiful, this rebozo shawl combines silvery grey with black in wonderfully complex patterns. Delfina Ruiz showcases Zapotec textile artistry as she weaves the wrap on a traditional loom. She works in cotton tinted with organic dyes, and finishes the shawl with the luxurious hand-tied macramé fringe typical of Mexican rebozos.