This mesa cloth was woven in the classic style with distinctive rows of the sacred Inkarri represented by Chunchu figures. The outer bands are in a deep burgundy. The black inner bands represent agricultural fields. Four rows of sacred Chunchu symbols express the Q’ero people’s belief in the coming return of Inkarri (great Inka leader) and the resurgence of the greatness of the descendants of the Inka people. All aspects of the textile reflect the Q’ero people’s interdependent relationship of AYNI with Pachamama. The weaver knelt over her loom on the ground to produce this balanced classic textile. 30 x 24.5 inches. 76 x 62 cm. Your purchase includes a photo of the weaver holding your new mesa cloth.
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To learn more about Q’ero weaving and watch them spin and weave, watch this brief video: Weaving in the Q’ero Nation.