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CASA OAXACA Cotton Napkin

Sale price$22.00

Originally designed in 2007 for the legendary chef Alejandro Ruiz and Casa Oaxaca Restaurant, the two tone napkin has been a hit ever since. Hand woven in a pedal loom with thick gauge cotton, the generously sized napkins have a beautiful 1" wide hem finished in hand stitched 45 degree corners. A luxurious crafted feel, just like Casa Oaxaca itself!

20" SQ.

Machine wash. Tumble dry.
Please note: napkin will shrink 5-10% after first wash.

Made in Oaxaca
The pedal loom was a Colonial introduction that was adopted throughout Mexico as an alternative to the back strap loom, the standard cloth making technique in the pre-Hispanic world. The looms are wooden, and usually made by the weavers themselves, and allow for wider cloths to be woven than their back strap counterparts. A very skill-based and demanding craft that creates amazing patterns in cotton, wool, silk and a endless amount of other fibers. Just magic.

24 in stock