Beautifully elegant tzute or utility cloth/shawl made in the town of Sololá. Tzutes are generally used by both men and woman in a variety of manners. They are used for many tasks including carrying items, covering the shoulders when cold, and folding and placing on the head to keep the sun off or when entering church.  This tzute measures 42″ wide by 40″ long.

This tzute is woven in the classic burgundy rich, multi-colored ikat striped threads with sweet quetzales and corn plants running down the length. The tzute is made of four woven panels and in the center is a hand embroidered decorative randa of various colors and metallic thread accents. There is some use of metallic thread throughout. This tzute is colorful and rich with color. This would make a spectacular shawl!

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This tzute is in excellent used condition with little wear. A stunning textile for display or use!



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