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Ixcaco

4ta Calle Oriente # 6, Antigua 03001, Guatemala
+502 7832 5006
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Top quality weaving from a textile cooperative located in San Juan del Lago

If you can't make it to Panajachel, where there's another branch of "Ixcaco", or to the lovely lake... read more

Reviewed 6 January 2017
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Our speciality is the handmade woven textiles, all made by the mayan women from Guatemala and using the natural tint dyed technique. The cotton is natural and is named ixcaco or cuyuscate. We offer several products like scarves, shawls, pieces of ceremonial huipiles, sashes, palm hats, cotton coinpurses, leather bags using pieces of cotton weavings on applications and several more things.
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5 Jan 2017
“Top quality weaving from a textile cooperative located in San Juan del Lago”
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4ta Calle Oriente # 6, Antigua 03001, Guatemala
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Reviewed 6 January 2017

If you can't make it to Panajachel, where there's another branch of "Ixcaco", or to the lovely lake town of San Juan, this charming shop may be your best opportunity to find beautiful weaving that utilizes natural dyes. The ladies who work in the shop...More

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