Handmade | Fairtrade | Chic | Wholesale
Your customers will love this bracelet – it’s different with has a touch of South American wildness. This handmade bracelet is made with long tooth tagua beads with a jagged look in a gorgeous shade of gentle blue. The beads are a little offset to increase the chunky nature and offer more variety. The beads are also lightly dyed to allow the organic nature of the tagua beads to shine through.
The bracelet is strung together by hand with sturdy jewelry elastic for an adjustable fit that your customers will find comfortable and long lasting. The artisans involved with this bracelet are from a women’s cooperative in the highlands of Ecuador. We work with the women on a fair trade basis. Each element is chosen by the artisan in accordance with the overall pattern. As the item is handmade, each piece is subtly unique, offering further value to your customers.
Once we receive your order, we will place the order with the artisan(s) who will create the item. The items are made once the order is received to ensure the best quality. The items are not sitting in a warehouse somewhere.
We will communicate the length of time it will take for you to get your order, this will generally be between two to six weeks depending on the size of your order, and the local availability of the inputs into the products you order.
All the items on our store include a weight. As you put items into your shopping cart, the weight is totalled and the cost of the shipping is calculated. All of our shipping is done by weight from Ecuador to your country.
You have an option of using the postal system or using UPS for shipping. UPS is more expensive, but they will help you more with the customs declarations. The postal system is less expensive, but you may have to go to your local postal office to complete a customs declaration.
All of our items are shipped with an invoice detailing the items and the amounts paid for the items so that any customs fees can be appropriately applied.
Many of our products support sustainable use of the Amazon Rainforest