The Equipale Chair tradition dates back to Pre-Hispanic times. Families have manufacturedequipalessince legend says that Hueman, the Aztec shaman taught the'equipalera'technique of the Gods to the early settlers. Todayequipaleslink the mythical past to a modern cultural icon.
The word'equipal'derives from the Náhuatl word'icpalli'meaning asentaderoor seat. Theicpalliare illustrated in the ancient cloth books like the Codex Mendoza. It is said that the last Aztec ruler, Moctezuma, had hisequipalsent from Jalisco.
Dimensions: 27"W x 27"D x 33"H - 18" Seat Height
Materials: Wood and natural leather
Colors: Natural wood and painted leather
Origin: Jalisco, Mexico
Scrub with mild soap. Excess scrubbing may thin the paint. The leather can be repainted using powdered paint. Contact for info. Chairs are suitable for use outdoors.