The small farming town of Nahualá is surrounded by volcanoes and was known by Spanish settlers as 'the place of sorcerers'. The weaving styles of Nahualá are distinct and often feature colorful bands of diamonds in supplementary brocade. This textile was originally used as decoration during religious ceremonies.
Constructed from repurposed vintage textiles, this pillow is framed and backed with antique handspun European linen and finished with an invisible zipper. Comes with our eco-friendly fiber insert in an unbleached cotton case.
- 14.5" x 22.5"
- Origin: Nahualá, Guatemala
- Material: Cotton/linen
- Circa: 1980s
- Insert: Recycled plastic fiber
- Care: Hand wash cold/dry flat