Pompom Multicolor Napkin Ring Set
$25.00|2 pieces|Made in Guatemala
This beautiful pompom napkin ring set is perfect for adding some color to your home and livening up your setting. Each piece is made by hand in Guatemala, using sustainable materials and natural dyes. With its eye-catching design and rich, handmade heritage, this napkin ring set is an ideal addition to the modern home.
Besides, the pompom napkin ring set is the best dinner set for a gift because everyone on your list deserves to be amazed. Something so symbolic as a decor item should have a touching story, timeless style, and a connection with its new owner to be known as a meaningful present.
The set do not include the napkin
2.36 x inches
Natural Fiber and Cotton
Distinguish your setting and light up your home with this gorgeous napkin ring set. Handmade by talented artisans from Guatemala, with traditional techniques, this napkin ring set is one of a kind. Infuse your spaces with some Guatemalan culture and a big dash of color with this napkin ring set, and enjoy the compliments.
Guatemala has beautiful landscapes, breathtaking cultures and a rich heritage. As a result, visitors today love the delicious food, soulful music, lush forests and stunning Mayan ruins. They are also surprised and delighted by the traditional dress, or ‘traje’, that many Guatemalans still wear. This attire holds great importance for those who wear it: it communicates cultural heritage, local belonging and artisanal skill. Each village produces its own unique style, and creates its own unique designs. The luckiest visitors to Guatemala get a chance to watch as weavers work to create these beautiful textiles.
Women traditionally gather to weave in public places. They often do it under the shade of a big, old tree, in the center of a village. The weavers loop their backstrap looms around the trunk, then pull the device taught. They then secure the device around their back, which is where the loom gets its name. Weavers sit on the ground and talk, sing and laugh as they interlace brightly colored threads again and again. They build the fabric out from their torso, back towards the trunk of the tree. It is due to this that locals say they ‘give birth’ to their work.
Guatemalan weavers work with backstrap looms very similar to those used by their Mayan ancestors, 1200 years ago. They also use equally ancient techniques, which they’ve inherited through the generations. Locals have developed their own styles over the centuries, leading to unique designs. Despite this, Guatemalan weavers produce work which is stylistically and culturally united. Common designs include geometric patterns, stripes, flowers, birds and animals. Some of these are due to weavers collaborating with embroiderers, who brocade the textiles. As a result, they create even more refined, gorgeous and unique fabrics.
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Delivery time ranges from 2-7 business days.
Orders over $150 receive free standard shipping automatically.
For International shipping, we are offering an atractive flat shipping rate of $25 in any of the orders.
This item is eligible for return within 30 days of receipt if unused and in its original condition.
If you wish to make a return you can contact our Concierge team through our Contact Us page or emailing [email protected], and include your order number, item, and reason for return.
We will review your request and issue you a return authorization upon approval.