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Luminaria Codice

$5,595.00
HANDMADE IN MEXICO

This handwoven gallery-worthy textile sculpture will turn heads with its scale and simplicity. 

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Story

Venturing to create ever-larger pieces, our Mexican weaving partners have truly outdone themselves with this truly unique chandelier.

Each piece is completely made to order and is available to ship 9-11 weeks after ordering. Custom colours and sizes are available—please contact us for more information.

Handmade by weavers in Querétaro, Mexico, this collective of female artisans began with a mission to preserve knowledge about ancient textile techniques while caring for and respecting the environment.

Obakki is proud to be Caralarga's exclusive Canadian retail partner.

Details
  • MEASUREMENTS: 80cm Wide x 170 cm height
  • MATERIALS: 100% raw cotton, sansevieria, wood, and steel.
  • COLOUR: Natural/Black
  • ORIGIN: Mexico
  • Made-to-order items are final sale
  • This item does not qualify for free shipping. Additional charges may apply beyond the check-out rate. Please contact us for further inquiries. 
Product Information

This piece hangs from black metal structure

Treat with care—the cotton thread on these pieces is non-washable.

Brush with a standard comb to maintain shape.

MEET THE ARTISAN

Mexico

The Weavers from Querétaro

We believe that a simple world is a better world – this is our source of inspiration.

From a small atelier inside an old textile factory – the soul of Querétaro emerges. And that is where magnificent statement pieces are created by our Mexican weaving partners. The materials they use are the definition of sustainable: textile waste, recovered raw cotton yarn, and fiber from the indigenous and plentiful Sansevieria plant. And the art they produce is the definition of stunning.

The team of talented female artists who transform these humble materials into a vital collection of timeless design, use this as a mission to create fair and sustainable employment opportunities for the local community in Querétaro.

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