These stoles are made by a cooperative of Mayan Tzutujil weavers in Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala. It takes one weaver 3 days of working 8 hours a day to complete one stole. Through the formation of the cooperative they now receive a fair price for their work. The weavers in the village are indigenous Mayans who still wear their traditional trajes and speak their native Tzutujil.
The symbols are beautifully executed and the color gradiations are exquisite. Rainbow colors 90" (not incl. fringe- 4" each side).