More commonly known as the Tarahumara peoples of the Copper Canyon, the Raramuri peoples once migrated within the canyons - spending their summers in the Sierra Tarahumara, and their winters in the tropical lowlands. Due to the impacts of colonization, the Raramuri became divided into two, now distinct, groups - and it is those who live in the mountains who weave beautiful purses. Some of them are decorated with the colorful cotton cloth used to sew their clothing, while others are bound with decorations that mimic people. These small details make the handicrafts of the Raramuri endearing, and quite easy to recognize.
This cute purse was woven using acrylic wool. The bag is 5.75" x 7" with a strap that measures 39" long
C$15.00 Regular Price