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Our Market Place was developed out of a desire to provide the artisans with some extra help during the shutdown in Guatemala due to covid. 100% of the proceeds from these products will be given back to the group of 12 women artisans that made them. Handmade with organic cotton and non-toxic natural dyes these products are different than the products you might find in other Guatemalan marketplaces. These products will be shipping directly from Guatemala, therefore the shipping cost is greater…

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Using time-honored methods passed down through generations, this scarf was handmade in a community along the shores of the stunning Lake Atitlan. Guatemala is know for its vibrant and superb textiles, and this brilliant scarf is a superb example. It was created by the woman of a female-run weaving co-op. Twenty Kaquchikel Mayan women participate in this co-op and the profits go directly to support their family and community. Each scarf takes 3 days to make, weaving 5 hours each day on a back…

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The flag of Guatemala has 2 colors: sky blue and white. The white vertical band is in-between the 2 blue bands, signifying that Guatemala is between 2 oceans: the Pacific ocean and the Caribbean sea. The coat of arms in the center of the white band with the Resplendent Quetzal, the national bird; it symbolizes liberty. Show your pride with this flag. 3' x 5'

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Using time-honored methods passed down through generations, this scarf was handmade in a community along the shores of the stunning Lake Atitlan. Guatemala is know for its vibrant and superb textiles, and this brilliant scarf is a superb example. It was created by the woman of a female-run weaving co-op. Twenty Kaquchikel Mayan women participate in this co-op and the profits go directly to support their family and community. Each scarf takes 3 days to make, weaving 5 hours each day on a back…

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