South American Indian Handmade Shawl Pink

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Other Materials
How it's made
Handmade
Origin
Ecuador
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There have been beautiful Indian scarves Many people like the color of its Tut, and the bright colors Missing it? This time we brought back the shawl There can be more changes in the wear

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South American Indian Handmade Shawl Pink

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[Indian shawl story] Just as with the industrial revolution, the traditional craftsmanship is weak. Mass production of mechanized equipment, with the convenience of modularization and quantification, The beautiful symbols with temperature that make us feel like they are going to die out over time. And in this Otavalo, the largest traditional market in Central and South America, Only less than five people still use such traditional hand-pushing shuttles and pedals to create this beautiful and unique scarf. I asked this Indian friend Ernesto, He said that under the mechanical production capacity of 70~80 scarves on this day, Who is willing to sit on the wooden strip and push the shuttle repeatedly, doing the work of the old man who produces a maximum of only 15 a day? And such a beautiful, unrepeatable pattern is about to disappear into the world. For those who only pursue food and clothing, it seems that it is not important at all. The shawl takes more time to weave and is more precious. Looking at such a complicated and beautiful totem, As the shuttle thrown around the producer is gradually woven, There are amazing and moving temperatures. Helplessness in this era of change, Do we have the ability to change and maintain the beauty of the past? Origin / manufacturing methods South America / Handmade

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