Buy 1 & Get 1
Square Knot Bracelet - Pink & Rose Gold
Made by Wakami
BUY ONE BRACELET & GET ONE COMPLIMENTARY*
This delicate bracelet is the ultimate friendship bracelet. Each purchase supports artisans at Wakami in Guatemala.
*Buy one specially marked bracelet tagged as "Buy 1 & Get 1," and the second one of same or lesser value will be complimentary. No promotion code is needed; simply add a pair of bracelets to your cart. The discount will show automatically on the final check out page. Offer subject to change.
Brass Beaded Bracelet, Artisan Handmade Bracelet | Pink & Rose GoldAsk us a question
- Approximately 7" long
- Waxed polyester thread with brass beads
- As with all handmade items, slight variations will occur
Shipping + Returns
Shipping time depends on where we are shipping to. We ship from California so orders along the West Coast take approximately 1-2 days. Orders in the southern states and mid-west take approximately 2-3 days and orders to the East Coast take approximately 5 business days.
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If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase or fair trade gift, please contact us before mailing products back at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any taxes charged will be refunded in accordance with state laws. Shipping charges are nonrefundable, and return shipping fees may apply. A 10% restocking fee will apply. Returns are accepted within 30 days of the date that you received your order.
Please allow up to 2 weeks for us to receive your return and process your request. Refunds will be issued in the original form of payment for the cost of the product plus taxes. If the item was a gift, we will issue store credit for the return. Unless your order arrived damaged, shipping costs for returns are the responsibility of the customer.
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Wakami fosters economic initiatives in rural communities in Guatemala through fair trade with the mission to create income-generating opportunities that transform lives. The organization serves as a bridge, connecting artisans in impoverished, remote areas with larger marketplaces. Ninety percent of the 550 artisans are women who are able to work from home while caring for their families. Wakami seeks to provide a support network and makes available organic gardens, solar energy supplies and water filters, as well as business training programs for their artisan partners.
Wakami, founded in 2006, enables talented artisans in Guatemala to bring their beautiful products to a global market. Each woven bracelet is handcrafted by women artisans living in rural communities.
Wakami fosters economic initiatives in rural communities in Guatemala through fair trade. The organization serves as a bridge, connecting artisans in impoverished, remote areas with marketplaces. Ninety percent of the 550 artisans are women who are able to work from home while caring for their families. Wakami also provides a support network, meeting nutritional needs with organic gardens, home needs with solar energy and water filters, and income needs with business training programs.
Guatemala, the “land of the forests” is an alive and ancestral country whose history dates from four thousand years ago when the Mayan civilization emerged. Its legacy is still evident in its extraordinary cultural richness, which is reflected in the colorful handicraft markets and regional costumes, its hospitality, and the beauty of the landscapes that frame the volcanoes, lakes, rivers, and mountains. Today 21 different ethnic groups of Mayan, Ladinos, Garifunas, and Xincas have all contributed to Guatemalan customs and traditions. The handicrafts are an expression of the Guatemalan culture: handmade, colorful textiles, carved wood, silver, jade jewelry, candles, pottery, blown glass, leather articles, and many more handicrafts that characterize the cultural diversity of this small, but wonderful country.
Fair Trade Products
Fair Trade is an approach to international trade centered around equitable partnerships, transparency and respect. It seeks to empower marginalized producers by providing them safe working conditions, fair pay, and a means to establish a sustainable business free from exploitation. As a member of the Fair Trade Federation, we are committed to the Fair Trade principles.