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Trama Textiles - Handbeaded keychain set - Quetzal
Trama Textiles - Handbeaded keychain set - Quetzal
Hand-beaded Keychain Set - Quetzal

Hand-beaded Keychain Set - Quetzal


These precious beaded keychains will give a tropical touch to everything they surround!

Light will be sprinkled by the tiny Quetzal bird, whose majestic beauty has inspired a myriad of legends and myths: the ancient Mayans portrayed the great Kukulkan, the Feathered-Serpent, wearing the iridescent and charming plumage of the Quetzal.
Today, this incredible animal symbolises the vibrant and passionate soul of Guatemala, even appearing at the centre of its National flag.

Our weavers honored its intense colors and unique silhouette by using the beading technique of Lake Atitlán, in Sololá: this ancient art belongs to the Tz’utujil Mayans and consists in intertwining dazzling glass beads to create refined embroideries.

Check these lovely crafts out and be embraced by their cheerful personality!


What do you need to know?

Material: Glass Beads.
Size: 13cm length.


Each Quetzal keychain is handmade by TRAMA's weavers. Each product is the result of our women's craftsmanship, so they are not only beautiful but also incredibly durable and resistant.


TRAMA's cooperative guarantees fair wages to its weavers and funds education programmes for the young members of several Guatemalan communities.

By purchasing TRAMA's products, you are contributing to:

  • preserving our weavers' craftsmanship and cultural identity.
  • developing businesses founded on fair wages for workers and respect for the environment.



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Want to know more about the fascinating story of the Quetzal?

Check out our blog post: it will provide you with tasty details and interesting facts on the tiny god of the air!

You can also take a look at these precious crafts and see how our weavers portray this lovely creature in their traditional Guatemalan huipiles...

Your curiosity will be rewarded!