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Artesanias Las Pallas, Lima

(4.6/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
Check out Artesanias Las Pallas, a charming artisanal shop with an impressinve collection of handmade native art. Browse the rows of intricate jewelry, rugs, ceramics, and numerous other items, all handpicked by the owner. Admire colorful traditional folk art and learn stories about each piece. Find a souvenir or a gift among the affordable knick-knacks, high-quality alpaca wool products, pottery, or vibrant dioramas that depict religious and native scenes. Use our Lima itinerary builder to add Artesanias Las Pallas and other attractions to your Lima vacation plans.
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  • Details of Peruvian handicraft, the depth of its people and the testimonies that are expressed, in different projects is what you achieve in handicraft the Pallas. Delicate exposure and deep knowledge of the culture by its owner, is an additional gift that you can find in this House-Museum in Barranco.
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  • We visited Las Pallas today and were impressed with the quality and amount of items available. There was a wide variet of Folk Art. Mari's personal collection was amazing, as was her dog!  more »
  • This is not an ordinary shop selling mass produced goods to tourists, it is a treasure trove of quality, often handmade goods, celebrating the diversity of the culture. Enjoy the whole experience  more »
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  • Very interesting collection of Peruvian crafts. High quality work and many unique pieces. Prices higher than the markets but you get what you pay for.
  • Beautiful hidden gem in the middle of Barranco. Beautiful items and gracious hosts.
  • Las Pallas is helping to keep genuine indigenous crafts alive. By recognizing the difference between the cheap and mass produced freely available elsewhere and the beauties made in the traditional way, Mari Solari is helping towards the survival of hundreds of small artisans dotted around Peru. Without a market for their wares they will soon disappear. I thoroughly recommend this shop which incidentally is well worth a visit because it is within a "rancho" style barranquino home oozing charm...
  • For excelent and some unique peruvian artcrafts