SKU: CO01010239641

Color: Yellow

Tie sewn and closed by hand.


100% silk twill lining

20% ​​wool / 80% polyester


145cm x 8cm

Design Inspiration


According to the legends, centuries ago the Huichols of the mountains did not have enough food and water, so four brave young men set out on a journey in search of provisions. A deer appeared and led them to the Wirikuta desert in San Luis Potosí, where peyotes flourished in the sunlight. By taking them to their people, the hunger and thirst that afflicted them disappeared, so peyote became the sacred plant that would alleviate their ills and give a new meaning to the traditions that continue to perpetuate to this day. A living example of this is the work of Fernando Benítez, “Huichole Embroidery”, which is currently part of the cultural heritage of CASA PINEDA COVALIN in the city of Querétaro.

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