Two different weaving techniques from Wayuu ancestors, each with a different symbolism; wrap this weaved bucket done by Wayuu men, twisting together the Mawisa palm. Maya bucket gives life to a great part of their ethnical traditions, in one piece. Waya creates one of a kind unique pieces of art, all threaded by hand. Each piece is woven with love by women from the Wayuu tribe in northern Colombia. SELVATIXA is proud to work with a brand that believes in empowering indigenous communities and helping improve their living conditions, while sustaining the finest craftsmanship in La Guajira, Colombia.
Materials: Cotton and silk
Dimensions: 7.08 inches bucket height x 5.9 inches diameter
Long strap: 3.93 inches long
Care: Spot clean
Handmade: It takes approx. 30 days for a Wayuu woman to weave this bag.
Since our bags are 100% handmade dimensions can vary
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