Alpaca Wool Tapestries Over $200(31 items)
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Utterly extraordinary! More beautiful even than t
I had been looking at this for years and finally decided to treat myself to it. I am so glad I did. It is even more beautiful - way more beautiful - than shows in the picture. First, the colors are really intense - just gorgeous. Second - something you would never know from the picture - it has a lot of interesting texture. Many of the parts are raised and it gives it an extra depth and interest. I hadnt bought it earlier since we didnt know where to put it and figured wed find someplace. It is so wonderful that we are rearranging other things to give it a featured place in our diningroom. I have 5 other Peruvian hangings and I love them all very much .- but this one is unique in its artistry and originality.
This has now taken pride of place
As expected a beautiful tapestry which will be much admired. Vibrant colours that will not disappoint. Great packaging and arrived a day early. Thank you so much. You are a very talented artist.
David Laura Zanabria Wool rugs and tapestries
"Through my art I want to reveal the Andean people and our capacity to redeem the past."
Popular Alpaca Wool Tapestries Over $200
Alpaca Wool Tapestry of Man Playing Pan Pipe, "Andean Winds"$279.99
Designed and crafted by Deborcio Choquecahua in Peru, this alpaca wool tapestry depicts an Andean man playing a or pan pipe. A llama in the background keeps watch over the scene. The tapestry is woven by hand on a traditional loom in a warm palette of rust, ochre and green shades.
Alpaca blend tapestry, "Water Spirit"$749.99
Rosa Pariona creates an underwater fantasy where fish and eels dance in celebration in a fabulous tapestry. The Andean artisan works with an alpaca wool blend along with natural and artificial dyes as she weaves this tapestry on a traditional loom in deep, rich colors.
Titled "Espíritu de las aguas" in Spanish.
Alpaca blend tapestry, "Avian Spirit"$357.99
A dove swoops down from the sky, winging its way through the darkness in a tapestry of beautiful textures by David Laura Zanabria. In the background, an astral symbol, the , symbolizes order in family and community life; it is taken from a constellation of stars that forms a quadratic square.
Titled "Espíritu de aves" in Spanish.
Chakana Condor Bird Alpaca Blend Tapestry from Peru, "Apu Kuntur"$347.99
Symbolizing the stairway to the heavens, the cross is a geometric symbol that evokes the Andean cosmovision. Peruvian artist David Laura Zanabria creates this stunningly mystical tapestry, which depicts a condor bird with the body of a chakana that soars beneath the rays of the sun. Zanabria works on a traditional loom to hand-weave this tapestry from an alpaca blend. This piece is named in Quechua. Apu means "God" or mountain, and also refers to the Apu mountain spirits. Kuntur is the Quechua word for "condor."