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Irupé Woven Palm Platter

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Destination: La Paz, Bolivia

This lovely platter was woven from palm leaves by Guaraní artisans in the department of Tarija. There’s a strong tradition of basket weaving amongst the Guaraní, and the geometric design coincides with cultural ideals of beauty. We named this particular specimen after Irupé, a woman in Guaraní folklore who was turned into a lily because she fell in love with the moon.


Primarily based in Paraguay, significant Guaraní populations also exist in Bolivia and Brazil. Though their pre-colonial history is based on oral tradition and not all that well documented, much of Guaraní folklore... Read More

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