Naturally Dyed Alpaca Wool Coca Bag medium


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This coca bag features sacred Inti symbols down the middle representing the sacred light of the sun and the light within and sacred ch’unchu dancers on the sides. Woven by Graciela Quispe Samata at her home in the small hamlet of Yanaruma in the Hapu Q’ero territories. Coca bags are used by Q’ero men to carry small items as well as coca. A very useful size at 9.5 in wide x 11 in high plus fringe with a 48 inch strap. (24 x 28 cm +122 cm strap)

Learn more about the Q’ero people at Q’ero Life in the Andes: A Partnership.