Colotenango huipil de niña.

This contemporary girl’s huipil was hand woven on a back strap loom in three arp-striped cotton panels that are decorated with small geometric figures in supplementary brocade. “The [Colotenango] huipil is short, relatively wide and is worn hanging loose outside the corte. The brocade often includes small, multi-colored diamonds or squares woven in a soumak technique.” (Centro de Textiles Tradicionales Nim Po’t, see This example in excellent condition. It was acquired from the Centro des Textiles Tradicionales Nim Po’t in Antigua. W 64 x L 43 cm. (15-216) $ 35. OBO