This clutch's sophisticated design and color palette will polish off your look for a night out on the town. This beautifully crafted clutch is hand-beaded by Juanita and the female artisans of el Triunfo. Using a traditional bead loom, placing beads one by one results in a quality you can both see and feel.
Our beaded clutches are the ultimate brunch or evening companion. Generous size comfortably carries your phone, cash and cards, make-up, and keys. Features durable back outer panel, protective inner lining with secure zip closure.
Every Hiptipico clutch 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: Considered our “high impact” product, your purchase ensures these women have a dignified job opportunity and the chance to escape poverty.
H 8", W 8"
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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If you are unsatisfied with the variation of the item you receive, we are happy to work with you to exchange for a similar item we have in stock. Please note that the exact item you ordered may no longer be available.
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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!