This textile was crafted on a backstrap loom near Nahuala, Guatemala during the 20th century. Called a tzute, a Mayan word generally used for a type of multifunctional cloth that can be used among other things, to wrap or carry things on a person's head. The design of a tzute is specific to this certain village. This tzute features an design of interesting shapes, animals, and figures.
In very good condition, signs of wear consistent with age.