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Peruvian Reversible Alpaca Blend Poncho

$200.00 Sale Price:   $83.99

Price: $200.00 Sale Price:   $83.99

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A Peruvian artisan translates Inca glyphs into a knitted pattern in this reversible charcoal gray and black poncho. At the height of the Inca empire, alpaca was reserved for the emperor and high-ranking officials. Today it's a versatile fiber used by everyone in items from blankets and baby carriers to sweaters and ponchos. Its light weight and naturally water-resistant properties make it perfect for travel.


31 1/2"W x 51"L. 60% acrylic/40% alpaca. Handcrafted in Peru.


Dry clean only.


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