The Zapotec civilization was an indigenous, pre-Columbian civilization that today belongs to the Mexican state of Oaxaca where our Manos Zapotecas bags are handwoven and beautifully constructed by some of the finest artisans in the world.
One of our most striking bags, Colornation Turquoise Rust Southwestern Tote, features an ancient Zapotec diamond design in intense turquoise blue, on a rusty-russet backdrop. Artfully designed and woven by Rocio.
Says Rocio, “Weaving is a beautiful and noble work that allows me to care for my (2) kids and still fulfill my dream of being creative. It’s what I love to do,” she said.
Rocio is a true artist who loves the creativity of creating unique patterns and combining colors in new ways. She says that designing is her favorite part of the process and loves getting to see her idea become the final product.
“When I see a bag a designed I say, ‘Oh yes, that’s how I imagined it!’” she said with a bright smile, “It’s very cool.” Personally, I love having objects of beauty in my life that are created by happy people. Thank you Rocio! We love you!
Measures 13.5" x 18" x 3.5"
It's constructed of 100% wool handwoven body with leather strap, brass zipper and black cotton lining.
One interior 5" x 5" pocket.
Two short leather handles
Looking for a smaller version of the Colornation? How about the Palomita with fringe? Colornation Palomita
Member of the Fair Trade Federation.
Rocio is paid fairly for her time and artistic skill.
By earning fair wages, our weavers can feed and educate their families while making enough profit to grow their businesses. With your help, we are investing in their future.
Orders are charged to customer's credit cards at the time the order is placed.
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