Gorgeous ceremonial poncho in brightly woven sacred symbols of Saqa Tiki sacred symbols. Woven in the remote village of Hapu Q’eros over six months of time. Men of Q’eros wear these magnificent colorful ponchos for ceremonies, festivals, and formal occasions. Pa’qos wear them for sacred ceremonies. 37 in. across the front plus 37 inches across the back (74 inches total circumference. 94 cm across (152 cm circumference) 30 inches in length in front and 30 inches length in back. 76 cm length. Fringe all around.
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