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Peruvian Baby Clothing

Peruvian Chancay Alpaca Cardigan
Peruvian Chancay Alpaca Cardigan
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Category: Clothing/Women's Clothing/Sweaters

The Museo Amano in Lima, Peru, is home to lovely textiles by the pre-Columbian Chancay culture. A 3,000-year-old woven-gauze Chancay head cloth was the inspiration for this supersoft 100% baby alpaca cardigan. The delicate lacy knit features slightly flared sleeves and mother-of-pearl buttons. Hip length.


Available colors: Black, Natural
Available sizes: Small, Medium, Large, XLarge
$139.00
Peruvian Horizon Alpaca Scarf
Peruvian Horizon Alpaca Scarf
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Category: Clothing/Accessories/Scarves and Shawls

Archaeologists call the period between 1475 and 1532 Peru’s Late Horizon. Most smaller civilizations had become part of the Inca Empire, which dominated the region in the pre-Columbian era. Architecture, ceramics, and textile arts flourished. The gold and red geometric pattern of this soft baby alpaca and silk scarf is inspired by a woven sling from the Late Horizon period.


$69.00
$49.99
Peruvian City and Sea Cardigan Sweater
Peruvian City and Sea Cardigan Sweater
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Category: Clothing/Women's Clothing/Sweaters

While visitors to Peru often spend time in Lima and Arequipa, fewer make the trip to the country’s sweeping Pacific beaches. This baby alpaca cardigan is inspired by city and sea alike: The pattern on the cuffs and hem is adapated from baroque cathedral decorations in Arequipa, while a red ruffle peeks out like a wave lapping at the shore. A single button secures this flyaway-style cardigan.


Available sizes: Small, Medium, Large, XLarge
$149.00
$49.99
Paracas Alpaca and Silk Scarf
Paracas Alpaca and Silk Scarf
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Category: Clothing/Accessories/Scarves and Shawls

The Paracas culture flourished in present-day Peru from the seventh to the first century B.C. When archaeologists discovered the Great Paracas Necropolis on the Pacific coast in the 1920s, it included a remarkably preserved woven textile, colored with natural dyes, featuring winged supernatural figures. The geometric garments worn by those shamanic figures are the inspiration for our ultrasoft baby alpaca and silk scarf, which uses similar earth-toned colors.


$69.00
$54.99