The tradition is when a Maya girl is preparing to marry, she has to weave a tzute for the boyfriend's mother, she must give her before her wedding.
Is a multi-purpose garment made from one or two panels. Its uses include use it as a shawl, carrying for goods, shading the head, carrying a child, and providing extra warmth. A Maya woman can wrap two or three tzutes around herself to better secure a baby, alsa you can use for decoration; for the walls, for the bed or for a special table.
Can take on average, six months per tzute for a skilled weaver to make.
It is one of the fancier textiles from San Antonio Aguas Calientes and for other villages.
The language spoken in this village is Kakchiquel. The ethnic group is Kakchiquel.
This Tzute Approximately was woven in the 1970’s
|Shipping Weight||850.00 g (1.87 pounds)|