Mexican Hand Woven(565 items)
Welcome to the Mexican Hand Woven Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Mexican Hand Woven
careful, detailed quality work
This pillow cover is really a work of art. It is so detailed and every little loop and stitch is perfect. The zipper used in the hidden closure is heavy and strong. From top to bottom it is meticulously built. Thank you so much.
Go to place
This hammock sits on my balcony and is wonderfully comfortable to read and rest in! It has lasted a long time even with nephews claiming it as their spot and still gives me great relaxation.
My Favorite Bed Cover Ever!
This lovely blanket is even better than I hoped. The quality is exceptional, it is plenty big to cover our king sized bed and it brightens up the room perfectly. Carmen Ruiz is such a talented artist! Thank you, Carmen and Novica.
Maya Artists of the Yucatan Hand-crafted Mayan hammocks
The Maya preferred to sleep and rest in hammocks. They considered the hammock to be like the loving embrace of a mother.
Popular Mexican Hand Woven
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.
Handwoven Cotton Scarf in Turquoise and Smoke from Mexico, "Sweet Stripes in Turquoise"$49.99
Handwoven of cotton, this scarf combines colors of turquoise and smoke for an elegant accessory. Mexican artisan Petrona Perez and Asociación de Artesanas craft the scarf, completing it with fringes around the edges and tassels at the corners.
Hand Woven Nylon Striped Hammock (Double) from Mexico, "Melon Stripe"$77.99
Handwoven from nylon fibers in melon, lilac, and white, this double hammock is crafted by Mexico's Maya Artists of the Yucatan. The artisans present the hammock as part of an effort to preserve the traditional Mayan form of hammock weaving, with a comfortable, lightweight design.
Please note: The accompanying extension ropes may vary in color from those shown in the images.
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).