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Our fair trade Rock Candy Earring features stacked chipped gems in a large variety of colors. These earrings are part of our best-selling Rock Candy Collection!Each purchase supports Guatemalan artisans.
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Handbeaded elastic trio of Hope Anklets ~one size~ Assorted colors to match our JN-79 Trio Necklaces and JBR-79 Trio Bracelets (anklet on right) JE-20 beaded earrings come in complimentary colors
The fair trade Trio of Hope bracelet is made from three strands of glass beads in complimentary colors on stretch elastic. Each purchase empowers Guatemalan artisans.
Guatemala is always full of color just like these braided cloth headbands made from handwoven fabric.. Comes in assorted colors
Are you looking for a teeny tiny baby owl? You'll never find one cuter! Standing approximately 1.5 inches tall, the baby owl is our most popular ceramics item. This is a traditional Ken Edwards design. Each purchase supports artisans in Guatemala.
Bring a little nature into your kitchen with this fair trade Butterfly Potholder. Handmade from woven Guatemalan fabric, this potholder is both functional and whimsical. It measures 9" W by 8" H. The potholders come in an assortment of colors.
These fair trade 12 Strand Bracelets are one of our top selling items, with many colors to choose from. These durable bracelets use a bead clasp guaranteed to stay on all day! Compliments our 12 Strand Necklace.
Each purchase empowers Guatemalan artisans.
Medium 100% cotton handwoven coin bag from the village of comalapa. Comes in assorted colors 5"L x 3.5" h
Patch tri-fold patch wallet from assorted vintage textiles from the village of Todo Santos Guatemala. 4 1/2" x 3 1/4"
Bright and Colorful padded coin bad with metal hoop to hang your keys on or from your belt loop if needed~ 3 inches by 5.5 inches~ comes in assorted patterns and colors
Our best selling fair trade beaded keychains (JK-asst) are now available as ornaments! Hand beaded by Guatemalan artisans, the ornaments are available in multiple animals, shapes, and colors.