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Jaspe Shopping Bag
Jaspe Shopping Bag
Jaspe Shopping Bag
Jaspe Shopping Bag
Jaspe Shopping Bag
Jaspe Shopping Bag
Jaspe Shopping Bag
Jaspe Shopping Bag
Jaspe Shopping Bag
Jaspe Shopping Bag

Jaspe Shopping Bag

$43.00

The jaspe shopping bag is a perfect beach bag or summer handbag. With beautiful color schemes made from natural dying, these sustainable handbags are great summer accessories

In honor of mothers in our cooperative and mothers all over the world, we are donating 100% of our jaspe bag sales to our Education Fund to create full-tuition scholarships for our Middle School and High School students who families belong to the cooperative.  Only 50% of school-aged boys and less than 50% of school-aged girls are receiving an education in Guatemala.  Your purchase will help us change this!  As well as hopefully brighten up your day or the day of someone you love.  Thank you from all the mothers of Trama!  

These natural dye Jaspe shopping bags feature lovely patterns from the Solola region. Ideal for all your grocery shopping, these beautiful and totally unique bags are guaranteed to get complimented! Featuring traditional Jaspe designs that echo the volcanic Guatemalan heartland, these designs marry ancient and modern styles to perfection. Handmade by Mayan women in the Highlands of Guatemala. 

What do you need to know?

Material: 100% Rio Blanco Cotton
Size: 17.5” wide x 16.5” high – 45.5cm wide x 43cm high 
Care: Hand-wash in cold water, treat with mild detergent, lay flat to air dry

Crafted In: Sacatepequez

As all our products are handmade, you may notice small irregularities. These are not faults but simply unique features resulting from the artisan nature of the techniques used to make our products.

Impact: By purchasing TRAMA products, you are providing a fair wage to the women and helping to preserve cultural traditions of the indigenous people of the highlands of Guatemala.