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Multifloral Crossbody Bag GBP3/Crossbody bags/Crossbody Purse/Crossbody/Crossbody Totes/Handmade Purse/Purse

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Handcrafted in Guatemala, this purse was constructed out of huipiles (the traditional top for Mayan women) and cortes (traditional skirt). It contains two zipper pockets and a non-adjustable across-the-chest strap. Traditionally, the designs on the huipiles and cortes varied with each region and were used to identify the different Mayan tribes. The huipil has been worn by indigenous women of the Mesoamerican region (central Mexico into Central America) of both high and low social rank since well before the arrival of the Spanish to the Americas. It remains the most common female indigenous garment still in use.

Dimensions: 8” wide, 10” tall

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Proceeds benefit Partners In Development (PID), a 501 (c)(3) non-profit that works in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Ixtacapa, Guatemala and the Mississippi Delta in the United States with people who are classified by the UN as living in extreme poverty. The cause of extreme poverty are many and complicated. To address this Partners In Development uses a Whole Life Transformation Model consisting of four basic services; education, income generation, basic housing and medical care. When people use these tools they are able to move out of extreme poverty changing their future and the future of their children.
Handcrafted in Guatemala, this purse was constructed out of huipiles (the traditional top for Mayan women) and cortes (traditional skirt). It contains two zipper pockets and a non-adjustable across-the-chest strap. Traditionally, the designs on the huipiles and cortes varied with each region and were used to identify the different Mayan tribes. The huipil has been worn by indigenous women of the Mesoamerican region (central Mexico into Central America) of both high and low social rank since well before the arrival of the Spanish to the Americas. It remains the most common female indigenous garment still in use.

Dimensions: 8” wide, 10” tall

Please message us with any questions you may have!

...............

Proceeds benefit Partners In Development (PID), a 501 (c)(3) non-profit that works in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Ixtacapa, Guatemala and the Mississippi Delta in the United States with people who are classified by the UN as living in extreme poverty. The cause of extreme poverty are many and complicated. To address this Partners In Development uses a Whole Life Transformation Model consisting of four basic services; education, income generation, basic housing and medical care. When people use these tools they are able to move out of extreme poverty changing their future and the future of their children.

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Huipiles, Cortes
  • Feedback: 104 reviews
  • Favorited by: 18 people
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