Artisanal Pom Pom Tassel - Green
These fun tassel pom's are irresistible. The easy to loop construction offers endless styling possibilities. Add to your favorite bag, hang over a doorway or attach to any zipper. These pompoms provide steady employment to a small group of women in the rural mountains of Guatemala. Woven at home allows women to stay in their village to care for the children while receiving fair wages.
100% Cotton. Braided detail.
No two poms are the same! Hiptipico prides itself on uniqueness and authenticity. Every Hiptipico product is 100% handmade and has the human touch of the weaver and maker in each stitch. This makes our products uniquely charming and distinct from factory-made accessories. No two are exactly same and imperfections are to be expected and appreciated.
This pom is part of our Woven Collection and supports female weavers that don't have access to markets! This specific collection was created so you know exactly the female weaver behind your products. Every item in this collection was crafted with traditional weavings direct from our female artisan partners [not the market]. Purchasing authentic textiles directly from weaving cooperatives allows us to have a full understanding of the entire supply chain and offer truly honest production.
Shop knowing exactly the woman weaver behind your product!
Approx 13" long
ORIGIN: SAN ANDRÉS SEMETABAJ
ETHNICITY: MAYA KAQCHIQUEL
Zoila grew up in the village of San Andres Semetabaj, just up the mountainside from Panajachel, while her husband is originally from a town about 6 hours away called Todos Santos Cuchumatán. They eventually met in Panajachel when Julian moved to the tourist town to open a traditional handicraft store with his parents. Now, Zoila and Julian together continue to run the family business in Panajachel, bringing in a unique vibe and more modern twist. The combination of years of professional experience and a trained eye make for an extremely curated shop! From convertible bags, to fringe to poms, Zoila is an expert designer and puts her indigenous roots into everything she makes.