Used as a floor rug, a throw at the foot of the bed or a picnic blanket, these traditional Bolivian textiles known as frazadas have been hand-woven in the Andes since pre-Hispanic times, traditionally used to protect against the high-altitude cold. We hand-picked a selection of these covetable creations in contemporary colors that add an instant hit of worldly character.
– Wool; 30—40 years old
– Approximately 53″ x 58″ (4.4 x 4.8 feet)
– Dry clean
– Made in Bolivia