Tie-Dyed Cotton Tablecloth from Guatemala, "Ancestral Techniques"
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Rhombus motifs against frond-like designs in white decorate the indigo body of this cotton tablecloth from Guatemala. Artisan duo Jacqueline and Monica design the square cloth, crafting it of cotton. The designs are applied using the shibori tie-dyeing technique, and the dyes are naturally sourced from the indigo plant.
- 0.38 kgs
- 0.8 lbs
- 228.6 cm L x 152.4 cm W
- 90" L x 60" W
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