Your laid back boho look is not complete without a wristful of bracelets! These delicately-crafted gems add a pop of visual interest to any outfit. Showcasing the artisanal pedal-loom method using the artisans’ feet to alternately lift and lower the thread. Woven in a small home workshop in el Triunfo, Guatemala supplying fair wages to indigenous cooperatives.
Gorgeous silk thread. Pack of five assorted hand-woven bracelets. Great addition to your arm candy.
Every Hiptipico bracelet is handmade by Maya artisans which produces one-of-a-kind variations. This makes them uniquely charming and distinct from factory-made accessories.
Give Back: Your purchase provides a dignified job opportunity to female artisans in rural Guatemala, aiding in their quest to escape poverty.
This item is in stock in our US-based warehouse and delivery is approximately 7 - 10 days. Please allow extra transit time for international destinations.
≫ ≫ Due to the handmade nature of this product, color and patterning will vary slightly from image. This is part of Hiptipico's unique charm, no two items are the same.
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Origin: El Triunfo, Pujijil
Ethnicity Maya Kaqchikel
Ten women in El Triunfo, an isolated community in the western highlands of Sololá, gathered together to form a weaving cooperative. Juana, the founder of this women’s group, is the only female in her community that speaks Spanish and got up enough courage to leave the village to look for more business opportunities. Through the sale of hand-woven and hand-crafted goods, they have united to support their families and preserve their culture. The women use the art of back strap weaving to express their cultural identity, create their unique clothing, and generate income for their families.Shop Juanita's collection!