The lady I bought these from said they belonged to her grandparents and were bought on a trip to Guatemala sometime durring the 1950's. There are 12 in all, they are square and made of cotton, the designs are stitched by hand 2 edges are fringed and the other 2 are left as cut. She thought they were napkins, one would need to stitch the raw edges to use them, but they certainly would look festive and authentic with a Mexican or South American themed dinner! They are all in excellent condition, size 7 inches square.
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