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The Fashion of Rebozo

The Fashion of Rebozo

Embrace the Tradition The word rebozo translates from Spanish to mean shawl, but it is so much more than just a shawl, with the word evoking a tradition that goes back centuries.  Rebozos are long woolen scarves, usually worn covering the head and shoulders,...
The Art of Licoreras

The Art of Licoreras

Embrace the Tradition Licoreras are handmade ceramic decanters that are a Mexican tradition dating back centuries. Each decanter is finely crafted by hand, a definitively unique art form that evokes the region’s history, as well as the colors and patterns of Central...
Our Rebozos

Our Rebozos

A rebozo is a long, hand-woven scarf. Traditionally they are worn to shade from the sun, provide warmth, and carry babies and large bundles. In today’s world, there are even more ways to wear and use the rebozo!Here are a few of our...
Our Story

Our Story

Growing up in Mexico, one of my favorite things to do was go to the local artisan markets. Their booths were full of colors and textures that I took with me as a reminder of home when I moved to The United States. After having children, I realized I wanted to share...