NOVICA, in association with National Geographic, works together with talented artisan designers around the world to produce stunning, keepsake treasures. Our mantra is to spread global happiness, so rest assured – we’ll do everything we possibly can to ensure you’re a happy customer. About this item: Maya Artists of the Yucatan hand-weave glistening bronze hues into a handsome hammock. Long before the Spanish arrived upon the coasts of the Yucatan Peninsula, the Maya preferred to sleep and rest in hammocks. They considered the hammock to be like the loving embrace of a mother, due to the comfortable manner in which the body is held and swung within its cradle. Maya Artists of the Yucatan seek to preserve time-honored customs while also offering stylized versions of the original Maya hammock. For them, the hammock is a work of art. Their hammocks are incredibly comfortable, easy to maintain, and may be stored just about anywhere. It easily packs for travel to the beach or lake. Extender ropes (measuring 1 meter), hammock hooks (“S” hooks), and step-by-step instructions included for easy installation. This hammock will hug the body because it does not have spreader bars. It is made from a single layer of woven nylon. Store in a dry place. If a stand is desired, we recommend on around 10ft in size.
- Size: 7.2 ft. W x 12.8′ H
- Authentic: an original NOVICA fair trade product in association with National Geographic.
- Certified: comes with an official NOVICA Story Card certifying quality & authenticity.
- Exceptional Artisan Quality by Maya Artists of the Yucatan
- Product Info: 100% nylon
Details: NOTE: Because each is woven individually by hand, measurements may vary by as much as ten centimeters. There may be slight color variations from hammock to hammock. Bed size : 78″ L x 78″ W Total length : 158″ L 100% nylon ‘S’ hooks and extender ropes included Hanging instructions included Holds up to 450 lbs – ‘S’ hooks and extender ropes included – Hanging instructions included – Holds up to 450 lbs About our Artist: Long before the Spanish arrived upon the coasts of the Yucatan Peninsula, the Maya preferred to sleep and rest in hammocks. They considered the hammock to be…