Q’ero Watana Tie


Watana Jakima-handwoven and beaded rope

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Peruvian Q’ero ties are hand woven and beaded rope that are typical in Cuzco, Peru and surrounding areas.

Can be used as a hat band, to tie your Mesa, for offerings and despacho ceremony or worn as a beautiful wrap bracelet or necklace. The tiny beads are called pini.

They are approximately 28-34 inches long and come in a variety of colors. 

If you have a preference, Please indicate which color you would prefer when you place your order in the “notes” section and we will try to accommodate your request.


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$0 – $20


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