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Rebozo "Cocol Jade"

Sale price€109,90 EUR

Immerse yourself in the Mexican rebozo tradition with our Cocol Jade Rebozo, handmade from precious jade green threads and a traditional diamond pattern. The white, elaborately hand-knotted fringes are typical of a rebozo.

Our Rebozo accompanies you from pregnancy until long after birth. It offers support for your baby bump and is ideal for Rebozo massages during pregnancy and birth.

After the birth, you can continue to use it as a sling to carry your baby on one shoulder with the optionally available carrying rings or a knot. Or simply as a wonderfully cozy scarf.

  • Made from 100% cotton
  • Light, robust and durable
  • Diamond pattern, a type of twill weave that is particularly suitable for baby carrying
  • Cuddly soft and gets even softer over time
  • Ethical production: Handwoven on a pedal loom by textile artists in Oaxaca, Mexico. Your purchase supports local community projects as well as midwifery work in rural areas of Mexico through our partner ANTAMA .

Grammage: 300 g/m2

Country: Mexico

Textile technology: Handwoven on a pedal loom in Oaxaca, Mexico

Artisan: by ANTAMA in collaboration with the group Levi Sosa

Material: 100% cotton

Size: depending on the variant 260/270/280 cm (+fringes) x 61-65 cm (length x width)

What is a Rebozo?

The rebozo is a classic Mexican garment that has its origins in the Mesoamerican community. The word "rebozo" derives from the Spanish word "rebozar," which means "to wrap."

Rebozos come in different lengths and widths, but they all have some kind of beautiful pattern and fringes in common. They are usually between 1.5 and 3 m long.

They are therefore suitable as a scarf, for the Rebozo massage during and after pregnancy and as a ring sling for carrying babies.

Mexican midwives have used the rebozo for centuries to help women during pregnancy, labor, and after birth - and beyond.

Depending on the region they come from, rebozos have different colors and textures and different status in the community where they are used.

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