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Curiti Fique Small Rug | Rugs by Zuahaza by Tatiana
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Curiti Fique Small Rug | Rugs by Zuahaza by Tatiana
Curiti Fique Small Rug | Rugs by Zuahaza by Tatiana

Curiti Fique Small Rug

Price $126

Creation: 3-4 weeks
Shipping: UPS 3-5 days
Price $50 Shipping in the US, ask the creator about international shipping.
Estimated Arrival: March 12, 2023

35H x 24W x 0.1D in
88.9H x 60.96W x 0.25D cm
6 lb
2.72 kg

Fique is a Colombian fiber commonly used for rug and basket weaving. The fiber comes from the family of agave plants, and like hemp, it does not need any fertilizers or pesticides to grow. Making this fiber an natural organic fiber. It is also a fiber that needs very little water to grow, making it a very resourceful fiber and a great sustainable option for natural fibers.

Our small entry rug is hand woven by a family of artisans from the Santander region of Colombia. Woven in a vertical loom, this rug is hand knotted for 2 weeks and the result is a perfectly crafted geometric modern rug for outdoor and indoor spaces. Sold in a standard small size and also available for custom sizing per request.

100% natural fique fiber
Dimensions: 24"" x 35"" / 60cm x 90cm
Handmade by artisan family from Colombia

made to order

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Item Curiti Fique Small Rug
As seen in Creator's Studio, Bogotá, Colombia
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Zuahaza by Tatiana
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020
Handwoven organic cotton, fique fiber and naturally dyed home goods for the modern home

Zuahaza was founded by Tatiana Ordoñez in 2019 in Bogota, Colombia. In 2018, Tatiana made a trip to Charalá to learn about the rich history of cotton growing, spinning and weaving in this region. During her trip, she met with Corpolienzo, a cooperative of artisans. They decided to create a new line of textiles, born of the artisans’ extensive knowledge and of Tatiana’s desire to share creative, innovative textiles with the global market.

Zuahaza means “my sister” in the Muisca language of the people who lived in the Cundiboyacense mountain region of Colombia. As a social enterprise, Zuahaza strives to embody collective sisterhood between women in Colombia. Following an era of intense conflict, which continues to shape and affect Colombia today, Zuahaza seeks to participate in the peacemaking efforts to reunite and heal our country.

Zuahaza strives to connect women from across Colombia, and to create unique products that reflect our diversity, history and dreams as statements of the unity and peace to come from Colombia. This is what sisterhood means to us.