Each one of the pieces of Cardolán is connected with the field and the artisan tradition of the peasant women in different villages of the Cundiboyacense Altiplano where they learned to spin and weave as a means of sustenance for their families. This tradition has been passed down from generation to generation, providing new designs and colors.

From the free animal in the field to the prodigious hands of the artisans, each piece is the result of a process that honors a traditional heritage.

“At Cardolán, we cultivate with immense respect and admiration the relationships with the spinners and weavers who achieve these unique and unrepeatable pieces with their talent.” 

Natural, meaningful, luxury.

Photos: Simon De Man / El Estudio


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