Handwoven Mexican Etéro Placemats
These beautiful asymmetric placemats are a charming addition to your dining table. The bright yellow color will add a lovely essence to your meals, reminding you of the warm Mexican sun.
The Guatemalan backstrap loom is an ancient artisan technique that developed in the western mountains of Guatemala long before the arrival of the Spanish. The uncorked thread is used to make bands of different widths and then interwoven. Currently, these beautiful home decor pieces are made by Guatemalan refugee artisans that are now located in the Yucatan Peninsula, combining both cultures in each special piece.