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Metapan Style - Men's Unique Cotton Shirt from Central America

Item # 54739

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Judith de Cuellar brings the elegance of hand embroidery to a gauzy cotton guayabera. A classic dress shirt in the tropics, the guayabera is designed to be worn untucked. Deshilado, or Spanish cutwork, complements the beautiful hand embroidery, and the shirt features two front pockets.
  • Features a button closure
  • Dry on low heat cycle
  • Machine wash separately in cold water
  • Weight: 0.6 lb
  • 100% cotton, plastic buttons
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

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Artisan: Judith de Cuellar

Artisan Judith de Cuellar 'I was born in El Salvador to a large family of seven children and parents who were farmers. They taught us the value of work, discipline and honesty. When I was 16, I got married and I had my first daughter at the age of 17. Several years later my dear Aunt Adelfa patiently began teaching me to sew and embroider, she was a true artist. I perfected my skills and techniques and I developed my own style. I've taught many people since then, mostly women such as single mothers who have been able to support their children with these skills. I began in 1973 and today I've built up a family workshop. My husband is the administrator and helps with delivering orders. My son takes care of planning, sales and marketing. I do the designing and look after the production from start to finish. Our main material is cotton fabric, woven by hand in a nearby town. I'm passionate about this art. It is closely related to the history and traditions of our country. My designs use many motifs representative of Maya art.'

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