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Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
Huipil Bracelet
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Huipil Bracelet

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$6.00
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Inspired in the Huipil used by Mayan women in Chichicastenango in the highlands of Guatemala, beaders use glass beads to reprodce these detailed flowers that remind us the brack strap loom work of their huipiles.

Available in 3 different colorways, pink, red and green with a pull closure with mini tassels.

Item details

  • Glass bead weaved flower design
  • 2 " wide with two pull closures with cotton tassels at the end
  • 7" long, fits most

Due to the hand crafted characteristics there may be minor variations in size and color shading.

La Casa is a wholesale company based in Guatemala that works with artisans all around the country. Handwoven and beaded work helps mayan women earn a proper living for their families. More information can be found in our "About us" page.