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San Antonio Aguas Calientes

Detailed faja (belt) from San Antonio Aguas Calientes. Fajas are used as the belt to hold up the corte (skirt) in the mayan traje or outfit. This unique faja measures 98″ long. It also measures 1 3/4” wide. The stunning artwork shows fish and crayfish amongst various flowers and fruits throughout the design on a bright royal blue background. The weaving is done in the very fine and detailed San Antonio style where the pattern is identical on both sides.

This faja is in very good condition with little sign of wear. Perhaps a few loose threads along the edges and some thinning of the fringe.

$30.00

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San Antonio Aguas Calientes

Classic daily use huipil made in the town of San Antonio Aguas Calientes. This area is known for its incredibly detailed weaving that is frequently copied in other nearby towns. This beautiful huipil measures 28″ across the shoulders, and 26 1/2″ from the neckline to the bottom edges (folded). The neck opening is rectangular shaped, and measures 6 1/2” x 7″.

This very lovely huipil has the traditional rows of zigzag rivers, mayan stars, and elegant peacocks adorning the chest. The bird and flower design at the shoulders and on the chest are done in the very fine and detailed San Antonio weaving style where the pattern can be seen both inside and out. The weaving is incredibly fine, causing this huipil to be wonderfully soft to the touch. This is a perfect example of the classic San Antonio Aguas Calientes design in wonderful condition.

The colors are a full spectrum of green, blue, orange, red, yellow and much more. The design is woven on a deep red woven cotton base.

This huipil is in very good used condition. There may be some slight wear in the form of a few loose threads.

$80.00

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San Antonio Aguas Calientes

Sweet young girl’s vintage huipil fom the San Antonio Aguas Calientes area of Guatemala. This small huipil measures 23″ across the shoulders, and 17 1/2″ from the neckline to the bottom edges (folded). The neck opening is diamond shaped, and measures 4 1/2” on each of the four sides, with an addition 1″ slit in both the front and back seam to allow more headroom.

This intricately woven huipil has the traditional rows of zigzag mountains and triangular patterns of the rivers. The bird and flower design at the shoulders as well as the center panel on both sides are done in the very fine and detailed San Antonio weaving style where the pattern is identical both inside and out. The weaving is incredibly fine, causing this vintage huipil to be wonderfully soft to the touch. This little girl’s huipil was more than likely handed down to all the young girls in a family.

The colors are a full spectrum of green, blue, orange, red, yellow and much more. The design is woven on a red woven cotton base.

This huipil is in good used condition. Due to the age of this huipil, it shows some minor signs of wear such as color variations due to fading, a few loose theads, and a few tiny holes in the lower red section caused when the the seam to narrow the shoulders was removed.

$28.00

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San Antonio Aguas Calientes

$205.00

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Elegant huipil made in the style of the San Antonio Aguas Calientes area of Guatemala. This huipil measures 30″ across the shoulders, and 28″ from the neckline to the bottom edges (folded). The neck opening is diamond shaped, and measures 51/4” along each of the four sides.

*This huipil was actually made in the neighboring town of Santa Maria de Jesús with the classic design of San Antonio Aguas Calientes; as can be seen in the varying rows for zigzag mountains and triangular rivers as well as mayan stars. The bird design at the shoulders and the row of couples seated with grapes and apples are done in the very detailed San Antonio weaving style where the design is identical both inside and out.

The colors are a full spectrum of green, blue, orange, red, yellow and much more. The design is woven on a jewel blue woven cotton base.

This huipil is in very good used condition. There is some slight wear in the form of a few loose threads.

$55.00

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San Antonio Aguas Calientes

Elegant and spectacular tzute from San Antonio Aguas Calientes. This area is known for its incredibly detailed weaving that is frequently copied in other nearby towns. This beautiful tzute measures 31 1/2″ wide and 40″ long. These tzutes are generally made by the young women once they become of age to be married. It is then generally given as gift to the mother-in-law on the wedding day. Due to the incredibly detailed style of weaving, the production of these tzutes takes a very long time, sometimes up to a year.

This spectacular tzute has the traditional figures of birds, flowers, fish, fruit, and even a couple of tiny turtles. The weaving is done in the very fine and detailed San Antonio style where the pattern is identical on both sides. The weaving is incredibly fine, causing this tzute to be wonderfully soft to the touch. This is a perfect example of the classic San Antonio Aguas Calientes design in excellent condition. This tzute has a randa (seam where the two panels join) that is accented with machine done free-hand coordinating design. There is also an accent randa that runs across the tzute. Both of the randas are backed in a blue and green color, creating the image of a cross on the backside of this tzute.

The colors are a full spectrum of green, blue, orange, red, yellow, purple and much more. The design is woven on a deep purple woven cotton base.

This tzute is in very good used condition.

$215.00

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San Antonio Aguas Calientes

Exquisite huipil made in the town of San Antonio Aguas Calientes. This area is known for its incredibly detailed weaving that is frequently copied in other nearby towns. This beautiful huipil measures 26″ across the shoulders, and 21 1/2″ from the neckline to the bottom edges (folded). The neck opening is square shaped, and measures 4 1/4″ x 4 1/4” and has a zipper opening along one shoulder that measures 3 1/2″ long allowing more room to fit over the head.

This spectacular huipil has the traditional rows of zigzag mountains, triangular patterns of the rivers, and many mayan stars. The bird and flower design at the shoulders is done in the very fine and detailed San Antonio weaving style where the pattern can be seen both inside and out. The weaving is incredibly fine, causing this huipil to be wonderfully soft to the touch. This is a perfect example of the classic San Antonio Aguas Calientes design.

The colors are a full spectrum of green, blue, orange, red, yellow and much more. The design is woven on a royal blue woven cotton base. The collar and sleeves are trimmed in a deep burgundy velvet.

This huipil is in very good used condition. There may be some slight wear in the form of a few loose threads. This huipil has approximately 3 very small areas where the weaving is slightly worn through.

$65.00

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San Antonio Aguas Calientes

San Antonio Aguas Calientes

Elegant and spectacular tzute from San Antonio Aguas Calientes. This area is known for its incredibly detailed weaving that is frequently copied in other nearby towns. This beautiful tzute measures 30″ wide and 37 1/2″ long. These tzutes are generally made by the young women once they become of age to be married. It is then generally given as gift to the mother-in-law on the wedding day. Due to the incredibly detailed style of weaving, the production of these tzutes takes a very long time, sometimes up to a year.

This spectacular tzute has the traditional figures of birds, flowers, fish, fruit, and a happy couple throughout the design. The weaving is done in the very fine and detailed San Antonio style where the pattern is identical on both sides. The weaving is incredibly fine, causing this tzute to be wonderfully soft to the touch. This is a perfect example of the classic San Antonio Aguas Calientes design in excellent condition.

The colors are a full spectrum of green, blue, orange, red, yellow and much more. The design is woven on a burgundy woven cotton base.

This tzute is in excellent used condition.

$255.00

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Exquisite huipil made in the town of San Antonio Aguas Calientes. This area is known for its incredibly detailed weaving that is frequently copied in other nearby towns. This beautiful huipil measures 31″ across the shoulders, and 22 1/2″ from the neckline to the bottom edges (folded). The neck opening is diamond shaped, and each of the four sides measures 5”.

This spectacular huipil has the traditional rows of zigzag mountains, triangular patterns of the rivers, and many mayan stars. The bird and flower design at the shoulders is done in the very fine and detailed San Antonio weaving style where the pattern can be seen both inside and out. The weaving is incredibly fine, causing this huipil to be wonderfully soft to the touch. This is a perfect example of the classic San Antonio Aguas Calientes design in wonderful condition.

The colors are a full spectrum of green, blue, orange, red, yellow and much more. The design is woven on a burgundy woven cotton base.

This huipil is in very good used condition. There may be some slight wear in the form of a few loose threads.

$85.00

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Elegant huipil made in the style of the San Antonio Aguas Calientes area of Guatemala. This huipil measures 29″ across the shoulders, and 21″ from the neckline to the bottom edges (folded). The neck opening is rectangular, and measures 5” by 4” with an additional 2 ½” slit along the shoulder that closes with a small zipper.

*This huipil was actually made in the neighboring town of Santa Maria de Jesús with the classic design of San Antonio Aguas Calientes; as can be seen in the varying rows for zigzag mountains and triangular rivers as well as mayan stars. The bird design at the shoulders and the row of couples seated with pears and strawberries are done in the very fine and detailed San Antonio weaving style where the design is identical both inside and out.

The colors are a full spectrum of green, blue, orange, red, yellow and much more. The design is woven on a burgundy woven cotton base.

This huipil is in very good used condition. There is some slight wear in the form of a few loose threads.

$55.00

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Detailed faja (belt) made in the style of San Antonio Aguas Calientes. Fajas are used as the belt to hold up the corte (skirt) in the mayan traje or outfit. This unique faja measures 91″ long, not including the fringe which measures and additional 5” on each end. It also measures 1 1/4” wide. The stitched birds with berries design runs approximately 39” of the total length.

This faja is woven in a deep navy blue color and is decorated with an embroidered design. The design is birds on branches with berries in between. The colors are a variety of green, yellow, blue, pink, red, blue etc.

This faja is in very good condition with little sign of wear. Perhaps a few loose threads along the edges and some thinning of the fringe.

$20.00

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Very lovely huipil made in the style of the San Antonio Aguas Calientes area of Guatemala. This huipil measures 28″ across the shoulders, and 29″ from the neckline to the bottom edges (folded). The neck opening is round, and measures 6 1/2” in diameter. The shoulders are gathered and stitched, but the stitching can be removed to extend the huipil to its full size, thus increasing the width throughout.

*This huipil was actually made in the neighboring town of Santa Maria de Jesús with the classic design of San Antonio Aguas Calientes; as can be seen in the beautiful loros (parrots) and birds across the shoulders and in the center on both sides.

The colors are a full spectrum of green, blue, orange, red, yellow and much more. The design is woven on a heavy black cotton base. There is an extra 7” section of soft black commercial cotton sewn on the bottom edge to extend the length of this huipil. The collar and sleeves are trimmed in black crochet.

This huipil is in very good used condition. There is some slight wear in the form of a few loose threads.

$27.00

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Striking huipil made in the style of the San Antonio Aguas Calientes area of Guatemala. This huipil measures 29″ across the shoulders, and 24″ from the neckline to the bottom edges (folded). The neck opening is diamond shaped, and each side measures 5” in diameter.

*This huipil was actually made in the neighboring town of Santa Maria de Jesús with the design style of San Antonio Aguas Calientes; as can be seen in the large and beautiful loros (parrots) and lovely hibiscus flowers in addition to the diamonds and zigzags across the lower section.

The colors are predominantly green, blue, orange, and yellow. The design is hand embroidered on a heavy black woven cotton blend base. The collar and sleeves are accented with a black crochet trim. The sides have been stitched together to create the sleeve openings.

This huipil is in very good used condition. There is some slight wear in the form of a few loose threads.

$55.00

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Sweet young girl’s huipil made in the style of the San Antonio Aguas Calientes area of Guatemala. This small huipil measures 20″ across the shoulders, and 13 1/2″ from the neckline to the bottom edges (folded). The neck opening is scallop shaped, and measures 5 1/2” wide by 51/2” long.

*This huipil was actually made in the neighboring town of Santa Maria de Jesús with the design style of San Antonio Aguas Calientes; as can be seen in the beautiful loros (parrots) and birds across the shoulders and in the center on both sides.

The colors are predominantly green, blue, orange, red, and yellow. The design is hand embroidered on a heavy black woven cotton base. The sides have been stitched together to create the sleeve openings.

This huipil is in very good used condition. There is some slight wear in the form of a few loose threads and fading/discoloration of the cotton trim used on the inside of the collar (not seen from the outside) and the trim on the bottom edge of one side.

$25.00

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