Sticks Jaspe Scarf
The Jaspe Scarf is a handwoven design originating from the village of Solola. Scarfs like these were originally used as ceremonial pieces for the purpose of marriage. When a Maya man is ready to ask a woman for her hand, traditionally, he will arrive to her home, lay out the scarf, and cover it with sweets and cakes.
- 100% viscose
- handwoven on a backstrap loom in Solola, Guatemala
- attached bottom tassels
- Machine or hand wash, cold, mild soap, dry flat.
- 11"w X 60"l