Wool Care Instructions

Because all our products are carefully handwoven with the highest quality of alpaca or sheep wool of the Andes region in South America, you need to be very careful at the time of cleaning them.
Alpaca is the "Queen" when it comes to natural fibers. Stronger, softer, lighter, and warmer than either merino wool or cashmere. It’s also resistant to pilling and won’t shrink if proper care is given, making it possible to keep your alpaca clothing for years, even decades!
How to clean your Piera Ceresa product
- Hand-wash your item.
-Use Cold Water.
-Use a small amount of mild liquid detergent like baby shampoo and put it right on the stain first.
Avoid twisting, wringing, scrubbing, or otherwise agitating it, as this will cause felting.
-Rinse the garment twice in clean, cold water and gently squeeze out the excess. Be gentle handling it to avoid wrinkles and distortion.
- Place your Aymara item on a rack and leave it exposed to natural sunlight until it gets dry (Don't leave it for too long it could change the colours).

Keeping ancestral traditions alive..

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About our products..

Unique pieces

Every one of our products is carefully designed by Piera Ceresa, and we offer them in limited quantities. Our stock typically ranges from just 1 to 4 pieces of each product, ensuring their exclusivity.

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Our textiles are meticulously handwoven using one of the oldest weaving techniques, a tradition passed down for thousands of years from one generation to the next by the Aymara and Quechua indigenous communities. The symbols and colors incorporated in these textiles hold specific cultural significance related to the regions where they are crafted.

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Organic Materials

At Piera Ceresa, we blend our ancestral textiles with organic materials, including cotton, linen, and silk. We proudly avoid the use of any synthetic sources, maintaining a commitment to all-natural materials.