Q’ero weaver Silvia Phacsi Samata used bright colors to represent variations of the symbol of Inti (the Sun and Sacred Light) and the Chunchu figure, representing the coming return of the great Inka leader Inkarri. This cheerful mesa cloth features clear bright colors. It measures 28 x 26 inches (71 x 66 cm) and can fold easily. Your purchase helps Silvia, her family, and her village build food security and schools and helps preserve the beautiful Q’ero culture. Your purchase includes a photo of Silvia’s husband holding your new mesa cloth in their remote village of Kiku (Quico) Q’eros, at 12,000 feet in elevation.
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