I found this store via Lonely Planet nine years ago, and I’m not sure why the LP guide no longer lists them, as they are located in the same place and offer the same high quality at fair prices as they did a decade ago. It is an excellent store because it is the collective effort of a group of women whose livelihoods were devastated by the civil war in Guatemala. They sell the highest quality woven fabrics, tablecloths, napkins, coasters and other accessories that I saw in all of Guatemala. Their prices are higher than one pay in a market stall, but the quality is much greater. Their prices are fixed, so you don’t need to (or get to, depending on your inclinations) bargain with them.
I bought a number of gifts as well as items for my personal use. They sell a high-quality product you aren’t likely to find elsewhere.
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