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For every example here there are a thousand more in the field. Mexican textiles have existed for more than 7000 years, but now in many villages’ traditional embroidered blouses, back strap woven huipiles, loomed quechquemitls and belts are worn only by the grandmothers. Mexico's indigenous textile culture is in danger of extinction. The embroidered designs on blouses and huipiles are particular...
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Was founded in Tucson, Arizona by two gents, Kevin and James, with much help from our beloved four legged folk art friend's Jack and Artie! The Arte de la Vida 'collecting' bug started about 15 years ago and has been nurtured over many years of driving across the Southwestern states 'hunting' for goods to add to our collection. We finally got the 'selling' bug and happily decided to open our...
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Unique pieces of home decor. All hand made with exclusive hand embroidered or hand woven textiles and selected with the highest quality and Uniqueness. All pieces in the store are handmade with love. Fabrics are handwoven and hand embroidered with natural dyed wool or 100% natural cotton by...
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We are a Wholesale & Distribution company providing high quality products that are environmentally friendly. We offer our products to you at the most economical prices in the industry available to stores, wholesale dealers, distributors, and online vendors.
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Mexican fabric by the yard, papel picado banners, Mexican Fiesta decorations, Cinco de mayo party, Aztec home décor Mexican fabric table runners, Sarape blanket. "I wanted 50 pieces of fabric, no white, black, or orange for a wedding. They sent me a picture to OK and all I had to do was click....
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Online distributor of authentic handcrafted Mexican tiles, talavera tile, Mexican ceramic wall tile, Saltillo tile, Mexican terra cotta floor tiles, copper tiles, Mexican bathroom and kitchen sinks, and Mexican Southwestern decor. Welcome to Mexicantiles.com, a place where handcrafted tile is our specialty. The brightly colored Talavera Mexican tiles and terracotta pavers also called Saltillo...
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Fair Trade crafts and textiles made by artisan cooperatives in Latin America and especially Guatemala. Since 1997 we have been working with artisan cooperatives in Latin America and primarily Guatemala. Through fair trade practices we hope to inspire positive change in the world. Not only does paying a fair wage help families and communities rise above the cycle of poverty, but it gives them an...
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Here is a collection of Mexican cothing, textiles and accesories. A piece of Mexico for you! We are here to bring to the world the beauty of traditional Mexican Clothing. Our Mexican Clothing Co brand produces the unique peasant garments worn by women in different regions of Mexico and now shared to all countries around the world. Our Uipil brand combines the hand embroidery or hand woven...
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Hola and welcome to MexicanBlankets.com, where we are proud to offer you a muy hermosa y grande selection of the highest quality Mexican Blankets, Baja Hoodies and other authentic related products – all at very low open-air-market pricing. These thick, soft, vibrantly colored blankets, bajas and serapes not only bring to mind the charm of old Mexico, but they’re also warm and practical....
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“The experience of our highly trained staff with our commitment to our customer needs makes it possible for us to offer you the best in class services that would cater to your specific needs. Our assurance of quality comes from our high standards from yarn to fabric, from sewing to packaging, compromising in quality is not a part of our process". Since 1997 years almost 25 years, catering to a...
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Our Rio Grande weaving tradition is closely linked with Northern New Mexico’s history. Although New Mexico has spent much of its history in relative isolation, trade and political changes have wrought major changes in culture and, by extension, weaving production. The weaving gallery is run by Irvin and Lisa Trujillo, who are award-winning weavers whose work has been shown in museums worldwide,...
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Oralia’s dream is to fully employ the 400 women who work with Trama. For Oralia, paying women a fair wage for their products is incredibly rewarding as it has a direct impact on empowering women within the community. Oralia joined Trama as a teenager and lives in Xela with her family. In addition to managing the cooperative, she teaches weaving at the Trama office. Amparo is the current...
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Every Product Has A Story. Each is made by artisans expressing their global textile heritage. Unique artisanal goods to wear, for your home, and to cherish. From the rivers of India to the mountaintops of Peru, we go directly to villages and cooperatives to bring you these textile stories and the work of skilled artisans who are dyeing, weaving, spinning, printing and embroidering some of...
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Otomi Mexico sell fairly traded, ethical and handmade pieces made by Mexican artisans. We promote their handcrafts internationally helping local artisans to improve their quality of life and at the same time to maintain alive this beautiful tradition.
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Seppanen & Daughters Fine Textiles is a showroom in Madrid, NM dedicated to preserving the native weaving cultures of Tibet, the Navajo Indians of the American Southwest and the Zapotec Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico. From our showroom are contemporary pieces from various regions of the Navajo nation. These one of a kind textiles offer a direct connection between the Navajo culture and the collector...
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A retail sales gallery of fine and collectable Mexican and Guatemalan folk art, masks, crosses, and ethnic textiles from around the world (Guatemala, India, Mexico, Hmong, molas, and more), and handcrafted jewelry ( especially classic Mexican designs). After 22 years, we closed our physical gallery location and our folk art, jewelry, and textiles are now available solely online. Please use the...
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Tres Estrellas offers a wide range of antique, vintage and contemporary woven masterpieces, Hispanic and Indigenous. From vintage Navajo rugs and contemporary Two Grey Hills tapestries to classic Navajo Chief’s blankets, we have the largest selection of rare and authentic Navajo weavings in the area. We specialize in New Mexican Rio Grande Blankets and fine Mexican Saltillo Sarapes. For the...
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BOOK NOW: Zandra Rhodes: 50 Years of Fabulous In celebration of fifty years of the Zandra Rhodes’ label, the Fashion and Textile Museum presents Zandra Rhodes: 50 Years of Fabulous. This retrospective will highlight 100 key looks, as well as 50 original textiles. This comprehensive exhibition will explore five decades of the distinguished career of a British design legend. You can unsubscribe...
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Leos Imports is based in Texas and offers a complete selection of traditional Mexican dresses and blouses such as Mexican Dress Puebla, hand embroidered dresses and Puebla blouses. Leos Imports also sells La Vencedora Vanilla. If you are looking for Mexican serape blankets and Mexican Fiesta decorations, we offer a large selection to make your Mexican party a total success. Traditional Mexican...
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Does the smell of freshly baked bread remind you within your childhood? How about a comforting hug or kiss from a mom and dad or pals? How can they cause you to come to feel? Very well each one of these points are “anchors” – we react to anchors with a daily foundation usually in ways that are past our conscious consciousness. Unconscious anchors can often alter the way we experience without us...
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