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Unusual yarns of dark blue give this mesa cloth a depth to the traditional sacred Chunchu symbols that represent the return of the Inkarri to uplift the Q’ero people. Marcosa Flores of Ccachamoko village in Q’eros used plants to dye alpaca fibers to create this classic style mestana. It is nearly square and has a balanced and harmonious sense of strength. There is a small subtle repair in the “lightening” stitching down the middle.
27 x 28 in. (68.5 x 71 cm)