Unisex Alpaca Sweater, alpaca wool, light and warm. One size fits most. Made in Ecuador. $ 52.00 Excl. Tax
Sweaters, Cardigans, Tunics & Ponchos: Peruvian Connection offers luxurious women's sweaters designed in pima cotton or alpaca. Cardigans and pullovers are knit in contemporary silhouettes, featuring ethnographic prints, florals, and geometrics in fabulous colours from earthy to colour-drenched.
Alpaca is not as common in Ecuador as Peru. Much of the "alpaca" items sold at the Indian markets may have just a small percentage of alpaca, if even that. An alpaca blanket that costs $15? Hah. If the vendor will let you, pull some of the fibers loose and light them with a match.
Nov 23, 2020 · <p>Ecuadorian alpaca poncho with hood excellent condition. Condition is "Pre-owned". Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.</p><p>Personally purchased from indigenous artisans in Salasaca community while in Ecuador this February. Worn once or twice.</p><p>This is a one-size adult unisex poncho. Extremely soft. </p><p>Images on poncho are llamas/alpacas and the gold sun mask representing the sun god ...
Alpaca is a domesticated animal. It resembles a small llama. Alpacas are animals that are bred for their fiber that is used to making Knitted and woven items. The animal is sheared and the fiber is a renewable resource that grows yearly. Alpacas are originally from the highlands in South America( Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia and Chile).
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A Llama (Lama glama) is a mammal of the Camelidae family. It is from South America, the Andes Mountains of Peru and Ecuador. Sometimes the name llama is used for all four South American camelids. Llama and humans. The llama was domesticated about 5000 years ago. It was and is used for carrying things, and for wool.
The alpaca is not abundant in Ecuador, and there has been a resurgence in the Andean habitat here in recent years. As such, I don't know that you can see them in the way one might see wild burros in say, Oatman, Arizona in the United States.