11 in stock
- Weight: 15.43lb.
- Height: 16.93in.
- Length: 39.37in.
- Width: 15.75in.
Contemporary Bench And Stools made of tzalam and hand knitted textile in Hidalgo, Mexico.
This gleaming and slick bench and stools were made as a way to honor the beautiful women from Hidalgo, a state in central Mexico. Hidalgo is a multicolored space with many different textures, an astonishing space due to its biodiversity, which creates fascinating and stunning landscapes.
Crafted with traditional Mexican cedar wood that was used for ceremonial purposes by Mesoamerican civilizations, this ornament holds magic and charm in its making. This piece is a reflection of the beauty and character of Mezquital Otomi women, living in the Mezquital Valley in the eastern part of the state of Hidalgo.
This lavish bench and delightful stools are reminders of the cultural wealth of the extraordinary women of Hidalgo and their unique artistic patrimony.
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