Mama Tierra uses GOTS-certified cotton yarn. Since most indigenous textiles are made from plastic-based yarns, the production of the Mama Tierra accessories, avoids using fossil-fuel by-products contributing to a reduction in plastic waste in indigenous land. Machine washable, handwash cycle only. Make it lie flat on a drying rack or hang to air dry.
Parcels are dispatched within 2 days only after receipt of payment. Parcels are shipped with Swiss Post or UPS. Delivery times are within 5 working days in Switzerland and 10 plus days in and outside Europe, depending on the courier’s policy.
As a charity project, each return is a challenge. Therefore, returns are only accepted in case of damaged goods within 7 days after receiving the order, with exceptions. Sales are final, cannot be returned.
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Inspired by Jepira
Jepira is the place where the dead live! We took inspiration from the Wayuu indigenous peoples' beliefs about the afterlife to create this tapestry. According to the oral traditions of the indigenous peoples, the Wayuu die twice. Jepira is the place where the dead souls stay until they reach the Milky Way. There, the souls can transform themselves into rain and thereby return to the Guajira Desert. However, the deceased can also transform into Wanülü, an evil spirit.
- Size: W2 m x L1.50 m
- Weight: 10.8 kg
- With woven hanging loops
Our Jepira Redwood impact:
girls and women
You can save and change lives with your purchase.
Human rights activists founded Mama Tierra in 2015 to promote gender equality for indigenous women in Colombia and Venezuela while protecting Mother Earth. Thus, Mama Tierra's accessories empower not only those who wear them, but especially those who make them.