Cotton table runner, 'Red Totonicapan Sun' - Hand Woven Cotton Table Runner Curate

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Red Totonicapan Sun Hand Woven Cotton Table Runner

Woven by hand, a geometric figure symbolizes the sun. Miguel Hernandez creates a... more

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Woven by hand, a geometric figure symbolizes the sun. Miguel Hernandez creates a table runner of extraordinary beauty. He combines ruby, aubergine, brown and maize on a black warp to achieve rich nuances of color. Bands of diamond motifs in black and red are a symbol of his family and appear on almost all his designs. He names the table linen for Totonicapán, a Guatemalan town famous for its textile arts.

  • 0.15 kgs
  • 0.3 lbs
  • Table runner: 152.4 cm L x 35.56 cm W
  • Table runner: 60" L x 14" W
  • Fringe: 7 cm L
  • Fringe: 2.8" L

  • 100% cotton
  • Machine wash in cold water
  • Dry on low heat cycle
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in Guatemala.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Central America

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"Love this beautiful table runner"

We chose this cotton woven table runner for a television console and it looks great! Lovely deep deep red color and a nice design. It's beautiful! And it came beautifully packaged. A great experience from start top product. Thank you Yesenia!

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Miguel Hernandez

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Miguel Hernandez

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