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Gorgeous ceremonial poncho in brightly woven sacred symbols of Inti (sun and light). Benita Samata Apaza of the small village of Ccochamarka, Hapu Q’eros spent six months bent over her loom to create this stunning poncho. Men of Q’eros wear these magnificent colorful ponchos for ceremonies, festivals, and formal occasions. A photo of Benita holding another poncho is included with your purchase.
46 in. circumference x 26 in. length (117 x 66 cm) plus fringe all around