Mexican Geometric(608 items)
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Featured Reviews on Mexican Geometric
The runner is beautiful, it is hefty and the weaving is tight and just exquisite. Manuela Gomezs work is absolutely perfect!
Just Lovely...and Unique
I was looking for something for my daughter-in-law (and her husband) for Christmas. They love to wear the same things, and they had this incredible design for both male and female, so I bought them both. They used to travel a lot (pre-Covid) and the meaning behind this design really meant a lot to me and to them. A very unusual and meaningful gift. They LOVED the design and the meaning behind it. Beautiful piece, you will not be disappointed! Shipped quickly which was also unusual being it was Christime time.
Alfredo Ruiz Hand-woven Zapotec rugs
"I believe the art of weaving Zapotec rugs is unique. My inspiration comes from everything I see around me – the landscapes, nature, people and animals."
Popular Mexican Geometric
Geometric Pattern Cotton Accent Leather Shoulder Bag, "Otomi Geometry"
Inspired by the textiles of Mexico's Otomi people, Fabiola Gonzalez creates a stunning shoulder bag. Crafted from supple black leather, tie tote features a cotton panel of handwoven geometric patterns. A zipper opens to a lined interior in black with a zipper pocket on one side and an open pocket on the other.
Handwoven Cotton Poncho in Burgundy and Cornsilk from Mexico, "Tender Mornings"$94.99
For the tender woman, this poncho displays alternating colors of burgundy and cornsilk. Mexican artisan Petrona Gomez hand-weaves this artisanal poncho from cotton yarns on the traditional or backstrap loom. Geometric patterns run from the folded neckline, and the poncho's bottom is decorated with fringes.
Geometric Sterling Silver and Copper Dangle Earrings, "Geometric Trio"
Gleaming beautifully, two geometric trios will perfectly accentuate any ensemble. Mexican artisan Guillermo Arregui works in the traditional techniques of Taxco silversmithing to create these dangle earrings, which he crafts from sterling silver and copper.
Mexican Hand Painted Copal Wood Owl Alebrije Sculpture, "Nocturnal Mirage"$44.99
Following in the footsteps of their ancestors, Jesus and Roxana Hernandez of Oaxaca design and craft this intriguing owl sculpture from copal wood. "In our village, most of the men and women are wood-carvers and we specialize in Mexico's traditional sculptures. These are colorful and fanciful figures carved from natural branches that depict all kinds of...imaginary creatures," Jesus explains. tradition started with Mexico City papier mache artisan Pedro Linares (1906-1992). When he was 30, he fell into a coma due to serious illness. While he was unconscious, he dreamed he was caught between the land of the living and the dead; the place looked like a forest and was populated with creatures with body parts belonging to different animals. The beings repeatedly uttered the word . Upon recovering, Linares recreated these figures in bright colors using papier mache techniques and called them . His work became famous and was one of the main influences of artisans in the state of Oaxaca who began crafting of their own using traditional wood carving methods.