Alpaca Wool Blend Anniversary Gifts(23 items)
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sublime Black Poncho
This is a Christmas gift for my wife. She loves it!! Hopefully it will be a long lasting accessory for her.
RUBY RED CARDIGAN IS LUXURY INCARNATE
Rich, ruby red cardigan is toasty warm and luxury incarnate. It is, without a doubt, the most gorgeous, silky soft cardigan I own and I own other alpaca and cashmere items but this one is, hands down, the best by far.
Alfredo Falcon Alpaca apparel and accessories
"This makes us a family entirely devoted to the world of textiles, and we have been for generations."
“I come from a humble family dedicated to textiles and my first jobs were making sweaters that we sold later in a small store in Huaraz (Ancash)--a high Andean city of Peru very famous among tourists and mountain sportsmen. Everything went well until our town... read more
Popular Alpaca Wool Blend Anniversary Gifts
Alpaca Wool Blend Patterned Poncho from Peru, "Sublime Violet"
Knitted in jacquard, this poncho by Alfredo Falcon is designed with sublime elegance in mind. The florid patterns are detailed in cherry over purple, and the other side repeats the pattern in purple over violet. Featuring a snug turtle neck, the poncho is knitted of a soft and incredibly warm alpaca blend.
Alpaca Wool Blend Patterned Poncho, "Sublime Black"$109.99
Knitted in jacquard, this poncho by Alfredo Falcon is designed with sublime elegance in mind. The florid patterns are detailed in in black over gray, and the other side repeats the pattern in gray over black. Featuring a snug turtle neck, the poncho is knitted of a soft and incredibly warm alpaca blend.
Surreal Bird Woman Handwoven Alpaca Tapestry (2x3), "God's Love"$269.99
Deborcio Choquecahua creates an admirable surreal composition as he works on a traditional loom. A woman's face appears as lovebirds connect in a kiss while the sun sets down the ocean's horizon. "God creates us equally, therefore all of Earth's inhabitants are one," believes Choquecahua. He weaves this amazing tapestry with alpaca wool yarns on a traditional loom.