Antique, hand woven wool blanket or “aguayo” that has earned a unique patina from years of use. The vibrant colors come from vegetable dyes and the patterns tell the story of the weaver’s culture, community, and dreams with symbols of Andean flora and fauna.
Dimensions: 37" by 37” approx
The symbology of the design
Inti is known as the Sun God in Incan beliefs. The Sun God, like all of the other gods and goddesses, is based on an element of nature, such as its apposite symbol, the moon mother, Mama Quilla. Inti is believed to be the god that looks over and takes care of people on earth. It is common for boys in Peru to be named after the Sun God, Inti, while girls are named after the moon goddess, Quilla.
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