This product comes from a Mazahua community where Margarita Garcia Santiago lives and where the figures linked to their religious practices and social organization where they perform activities for the community welfare stand out. One way to preserve their cultural expressions is through their arts and crafts that reflect besides anything else, their way to dress, using embroidered clothing with animal or floral motifs and skirts in strong colors. The word “Mazahua” comes from the Nahuatl “people of the deer”. The roots of the Mazahua culture come from the racial and cultural combination of the Toltec - chichimeca settlements. The word “Quexquémetl” comes from the Nahuatl “Collar Tip”. This clothing is characteristic of the Mexican indigenous costumes, its origins date back to the Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. This is a black Quexquémetl with hand embroidered colored motifs on the neck and edges, finished with small colored patterns. Made of 100% wool.