The village of Teotitlan del Valle has a long weaving tradition that dates back to Prehispanic times. It is known that the Zapotec people of Teotitlan paid tribute to the Aztecs in woven goods. Zapotec is an age-old Mexican weaving tradition incorporating Aztec symbols. Generally done with wool, the yarn is dyed with natural pigments. Each bag is unique, and has leather straps and a zipper opening with an extra small compartment inside.
Size: 39 x 44 cm.