€45.41
The sarape is a traditional Mexican garment. Its name comes from the Nahuatl language and means "blanket to cover". It was used by peons, horsemen and people from the villages as a coat or as a blanket for the cold...
€37.15
Traditionally used by Berbers to protect themselves from the cold, these blankets are handmade with wooden looms by Berber women in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. They are characterized by their well-known knotted...
€49.55
The Aztecs wore colorful blankets created from cotton and agave fibers which they dyed with natural colours obtained from insects and fruits. It was believed that wearing bright colors brought favors from the gods...
€41.28
Handmade in northern Mexico, this blanket combines the colours of the arid landscape of the deserts of Sonora and Chihuaha with the vivid colors of the typical Mexican saltillo. The use of acrylic materials makes it...
€37.15
Traditionally used by Berbers to protect themselves from the cold, these blankets are handmade with wooden looms by Berber women in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. They are characterized by their well-known knotted...
€33.02
Kirati blankets, handmade in the Himalayan region from a mixture of yak wool, are reversible and can be used on both sides. Its geometric patterns are inspired by the traditional fabric of Nepal in which colorful...
€33.02
Handmade with yak wool by artisans from the Katmadu valley, the patterns of these blankets are inspired by the Srung engravings and decorations, being protective amulets that Buddhists have used for centuries. Yak...
€41.28
Handmade in northern Mexico, this blanket combines the colours of the arid landscape of the deserts of Sonora and Chihuaha with the vivid colors of the typical Mexican saltillo. The use of acrylic materials makes it...
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