Featured Review on Central American Hand Woven Hammocks
This is a very high quality, expertly woven double sized hammock. By double I mean that you can lay asymetrically across it due to its width. It is absolutely beautiful, expertly woven and unique with the orange/cream bulico interweaving. Its hanging in my master bedroom and is so comfortable that Ive been sleeping on it every night. Nicaragua, particularly the town of Masaya, is world famous for quality hammocks. There is nothing in the world to equal them for style, quality and comfort. Im very happy that Novica is carrying these beautiful hammocks! Thank you, Mirna!
Mirna Hernandez Cotton hammocks
"I hope my workshop continues to grow so we'll become a stronger artist group that represents my country's art tradition."
"Our Nicaraguan ancestors dedicated their lives to hammocks and other kinds of handicrafts. My... read more
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