The Baure people are an ethnic group in the Beni region of Bolivia who enjoyed a relatively peaceful coexistence with Jesuit missionaries in the 17th century. The intricate designs of this alpaca cardigan reflect both the Baure's animist religious beliefswhere all plants and animals in the jungle possess a spiritand the baroque-influenced architecture that the Jesuits brought from Spain. Made of superfine 100% alpaca in a family studio in La Paz, Bolivia, with hand-embroidered details. Alpaca is highly insulating and lightweight, perfect for cold-weather travel. Zip front.
100% alpaca. Made in Bolivia.
Hand-wash or dry clean.
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