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by Pepa Knots - Mexico

Handcrafted Clay and Cotton Cord Cocó Wall Hanging

Original price $229.00 - Original price $229.00
Original price
$229.00 - $229.00
Current price $229.00
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The exquisite Handcrafted Clay and Cotton Cord Cocó Wall Hanging is a bohemian abstract wall decoration piece that mixes gently rounded shapes with pattern and texture variations, resulting in a dynamic piece full of depth.

Crafted entirely by hand in ceramics and cotton cords knotted in macramé style, the piece is designed and made by Xóchitl of Pepa Knots in her studio in Mexico City and it is a one-of-a-kind item. Eye-catching wherever it's placed, the Cocó Wall Hanging will add a touch of boho to any room.

Clay and cotton cords

Length: 20.5" (52.07cm)
Width: 13.4" (34.03cm)
Deep: 2.4" (6.09cm)
Weight: 4.85lb. (2.2kg)



  • Unique piece.
  • Variations in design, knots and consistency may happen, due to its handcrafted nature.

This product is ready-to-ship and will be delivered to you within 10-14 business days.

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If for any reason, you are unhappy with the item you ordered, you have 14 days to return or exchange it, as long as it is unused and is in perfect condition. Return shipping is free for orders above $100, and at the customer’s expense for orders below $100.
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  • Small little touches with a dry cloth to shake the dust every month, avoid contact with water, moisture and sun exposure.
  • For indoor use only.
  • Pepa Knots

    Interior designer Xóchitl started her brand Pepa Knot to give voice to her love for all things creative and design, crafting unique pieces of wall decoration mixing materials like fibers, ceramics, wood, and metals.

    Strongly influenced by boho decor and aiming to communicate a sense of coziness and comfort, her pieces integrate macramé knotting techniques with various materials and are all a direct representation of Xóchitl´s mind, soul, and whole identity.
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