Fall Zapotec Home(50 items)
Welcome to the Fall Zapotec Home Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Fall Zapotec Home
This rug adds joy to our home
We could not be more pleased with this rug. We love the design and the colors are so vibrant. Everyone who has seen it thinks it is spectacular. Thank you so much for your lovely work
Mario Chavez Handwoven Zapotec rugs and handbags
"One day I looked around and I could see we were surrounded by art, but people didn't value it enough and poverty was settling into our community."
In 2002, I began to export my handwoven designs with the your help. I always wanted to strengthen the Zapotec culture that I was born in.
Sending my work to foreign countries hadn't occurred to me but, today, it is a reality. With your guidance, I managed to... read more
Popular Fall Zapotec Home
Geometric Wool Area Rug (2.5x5), "Star Twins"$199.99
Bright in a sky of brown and scarlet, dazzling stars are haloed in color. Glowing red dissolves into orange and gold, burning like Mexican fire opals. Delfina Ruiz weaves traditional Zapotec motifs, inspired by the beauty of the Oaxacan countryside. in Spanish.
Handwoven Multicolor Zapotec Wool Rug from Mexico (5 x 8.5), "Living Colors"$1,149.99
Inspired by nature's living colors, Alfredo Ruiz translates them into art. This dazzling rug is woven by hand on a traditional loom and takes its beautiful hues from natural dyes. The young artisan demonstrates a mastery of intricate Zapotec art motifs. Titled "Colorido" in Spanish.
Because each rug is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 2 inches (5 cm) (2 in).
Woven Wool Cushion Cover from Mexico, "Starburst"$69.95
Mario Chávez selects a traditional Zapotec motif for this handsome cushion cover. Working in naturally dyed wool woven on the handloom, he sets golden starbursts on crimson fields. The cover features a slot opening to insert the cushion.
Because each piece is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 1 inch (3 cm).
Woven Wool Cushion Cover from Mexico, "Morning Star"$69.95
Bright as the morning star, this cushion cover celebrates Zapotec artistry. Mario Chávez obtains the yellow dye by mixing pomegranate with liana before weaving the cover on a traditional loom. Featuring polyester trim for support, the cover closes with a zipper.
The use of natural dyes may cause slight variations in hue. This hand crafted item may vary slightly in size.