Peru Woven Bracelets & Accessories

Grace your wardrobe with these Peru woven accessories! Belts, bracelets, keychains and other adornments come in a variety of colors and traditional patterns, and will complement your wardrobe beautifully. Woven bracelets are proof that Peruvian artisan craftsmanship extends beyond textiles! Each piece of Peruvian women's hand-crafted accessories is unique, attesting to the artisan's skill.

Amaru Woven Friendship Bracelets Quick Shop
Amaru Woven Friendship Bracelets
Amaru Woven Friendship Bracelets
Amaru Woven Friendship Bracelets

Amaru Woven Bracelets (sets of 3)

$25.00

Handmade Fair Trade Peruvian Friendship Woven Bracelets - 100% Naturally Dyed Wool

Size: 2 cm x 15 cm

Fiber: 100% Wool

Add a unique touch of Andean native flair to your wardrobe with these Peruvian woven bracelets.

The Amaru Bracelets are made in the community of Huaran, deep within the lush Sacred Valley of Cusco. They are sold in sets of 3 assorted designs, featuring ancient pallay (designs) and the natural dyeing techniques of the Andes. 

The Amaru Woven Bracelets feature intricate white beading along their length and fasten with open ties at each end. 

They are the perfect "touch of Peru" item for any special friend or loved one. 

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Senkapa Wrap Bracelet- Peruvian Beaded Wrap Bracelet Quick Shop
Senkapa Peruvian Beaded Wrap Bracelet -Multicolor
Senkapa Wrap Bracelet- Peruvian Beaded Wrap Bracelet
Senkapa Peruvian Beaded Wrap Bracelet -Natural Colors
Senkapa Peruvian Beaded Wrap Bracelet -Multicolor
Senkapa Wrap Bracelet
Senkapa Wrap Bracelet

Senkapa Wrap Bracelet

$15.99

Handwoven Peruvian Wrap Bracelet

Size: .4 cm x 90 cm

Fiber: 100% Wool

Add a unique touch of Andean flair to your wardrobe with these Peruvian bracelets.

These traditional wrap-around bracelets  – known as senkapas – were handwoven in the high Andean community of Upis using all locally sourced alpaca, wool and natural dyes. 

The Senkapa Wrap Bracelet features intricate white beading along its length. It fastens with open ties at each end and wraps several times around the wrist for a trendy stacked look. 

This ethnic Peruvian wrap bracelet is a “must have” in Andean fashion as it easily combines with any number of garments and accessories!

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Wato Wrap Bracelet- Natural Quick Shop
Wato Wrap Bracelet- Natural
Wato Wrap Bracelet- Natural
Wato Wrap Bracelet- Natural
Wato Wrap Bracelet- Multicolor

Wato Wrap Bracelet

$15.99

Handwoven Peruvian Wrap Bracelet 

Size: 0.5 cm x 90 cm

Fibre: 100% Alpaca

Add a unique touch of Andean flair to your wardrobe with these Peruvian wrap bracelets.

These traditional wrap-around bracelets  – known as Wato's – were handwoven in the high Andean community of Upis using all locally sourced alpaca, wool and natural dyes. 

The Wato Wrap Bracelet features intricate white beading along its length, fastens with open ties at each end, and wraps several times around the wrist for a trendy stacked look. 

This ethnic Peruvian bracelet is a “must have” in Andean fashion as it easily combines with any number of garments and accessories!

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KANTU Knit Flower Keychain (sets of 3) Quick Shop
KANTU Knit Flower Keychain (sets of 3)
KANTU Knit Flower Keychain (sets of 3)
KANTU Knit Flower Keychain (sets of 3)

KANTU Knit Flower Keychain (sets of 3)

$25.00

Hand knit from 100% naturally dyed wool and alpaca, these KANTU knit flower keychains are the perfect Andean accessories! Loop them on to your keyring, portable USB or backpack zippers for an extra flash of personality. 

The KANTU knit flower keychains come in multicolour sets of 3 units and will be the perfect stocking stuffing this holiday season!

Fibre: 100% naturally dyed wool and alpaca

Dimensions: 6 cm (approx.) 

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TIKA Pom Pom Keychain (sets of 3) Quick Shop
TIKA Pom Pom Keychain (sets of 3)
TIKA Pom Pom Keychain (sets of 3)
TIKA Pom Pom Keychain (sets of 3)

TIKA Pom Pom Keychain (sets of 3)

$25.00

Handmade from 100% naturally dyed wool or 100% natural, undyed alpaca, these TIKA pom pom keychains are the perfect Andean accessories! Loop them on to your keyring, portable USB or backpack zippers for an extra flash of personality. 

The TIKA pom pom keychains come in mixed (multicolour and natural) sets of 3 and will be the perfect stocking stuffing this holiday season!

Fibre: 100% naturally dyed wool (multicolour) and 100% undyed alpaca (natural)

Dimensions: 10 cm (approx)

WHO MADE THE TIKA POM POM KEYCHAINS?

These playful keychains were made by the Awaq Mayki (meaning handwoven in Quechua) weaving cooperative. Boasting over 20 talented and motivated members, Awaq Mayki partnered with Threads of Peru beginning in 2012 as an almost self-organized entity with over a decade registered as a formal association. The majority reside in the community of Upis, situated quite literally at the foot of the great Ausangate mountain, the highest in Southern Peru, and an important Apu (mountain god) in Quechua culture.

 

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"Wisdom Cards", Designs of the Andes Quick Shop
"Wisdom Cards", Designs of the Andes
"Wisdom Cards", Designs of the Andes
"Wisdom Cards", Designs of the Andes
"Wisdom Cards", Designs of the Andes
"Wisdom Cards", Designs of the Andes
"Wisdom Cards", Designs of the Andes

"Wisdom Cards", Designs of the Andes

$49.00

32 informational cards about the traditional iconography of Quechua textiles!

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

BRAND NEW to the Threads of Peru product line, the "wisdom cards" sets will be your guide to the high Andes and its ancient iconography. Each of these 32 cards features a different traditional design of the Cusco region with its Quechua name, meaning and a suggestion for meditation. 

Even our team has been surprised and delighted by this little known information! 

WHO MADE THE WISDOM CARDS?

The idea behind the Wisdom Cards was to share the wisdom of the Andean weavers, not only for their aesthetic complexity, but also their reflective properties. 

In 1947, Doctor Delia Vidal de Milla of Cusco began an investigation in various high Andean weaving communities. She had already observed that the women of the Andes did not follow guides or patterns, and that each textile was her unique inspiration.

During her research, the women explained that their weaving was done in a state of silence and meditation, and the symbols they used had special meanings related to those hours of reflection. 

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