Wool Tlapial Hanging
Our Wool Tlapial is traditionally used as an ornament braided into women's hair, also known as a tlacoyal in other regions of Mexico. We love them as gorgeous accents for the home.
Our Tlapials are handwoven by Nahua artisans with local wool in the central Zongolico mountain region of Veracruz. The wool comes from locally raised sheep, obtained and processed by hand by members of the artisan communities.
Rituality, Beauty and Permanence
Our partner, Casa de la Cruz, works hand in hand with artisans in the creation of objects that reflect the cultural diversity of Veracruz. The initiative was born in response to the need to reactivate artisanal production in the communities, to generate productive supply chains, as well as preserving and disseminating the cultural and artisanal heritage of Veracruz.
Casa de la Cruz collaborates with artisans from more than 20 communities located from the coast to the mountains; creators whose expertise, life stories, commitment, and dedication, place them as bearers of a cultural tradition, a resistance front against the disappearance of this legacy.
Our Casa de la Cruz collection is the result of traditional artisan techniques, from the use of materials obtained in a responsible way, ensuring their permanence for the future, to the contemporary design processes and horizontal collaboration based on respect and dialogue. Authentic objects, made in an ethical and sustainable way, taking as inspiration beauty, traditions, stories, and the natural and cultural heritage of Veracruz.
5 ft. L x 1.18 in. W
1.5 m L x 3 cm.
Wipe gently with a dry cloth to dust or hand wash.
Let it dry completely, preferably under the sun.
Do not wash or spin in the machine.