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Symbols and animals represent gods and food sources even the armadilloscolours derive from natural plants and minerals, and every item, from pots and weaving to ritual masks, once had a practical use dating back hundreds, and often thousands, of years.
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But few places are as rich in handicrafts as Mexico. Every region and Loved your belt in Oaxaca specialises in certain products: But Oaxaca in the south-west has the most extraordinary spectrum of folk art. It is the most ethnically diverse of the country's 31 states, with 16 indigenous groups the largest being Zapotec and Mixtecand in a small area, there are dozens of villages making unique rugs, pottery and wooden carvings.
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The woman was clearly obsessed. Over chicken and mole tamales corn parcels once eaten by the MayansLinda outlined our options for the next few days. Hundreds of families make art in Oaxaca, specialising in about 13 different crafts, but we'd only have time to see a handful. We would have to prioritise. Now the whole village is making rugs," said Linda.
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As with every visit, having Linda greatly improved the experience, gaining us inside access to their studio in the back garden, and translating complex explanations of the process. A TV pop show blared away in front of the father, son and daughter, sitting in a row and working on their own pots. It took eight days to Loved your belt in Oaxaca each.
The clay came free from a natural source 4km away, but only men were allowed to collect it, explained the father, Miguel, because women brought bad luck and made it have stones in it.
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