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  • Rojo quetzal earring cream turquoise
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  • Rojo quetzal earring cream with purple
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  • Rojo quetzal earring red fringe
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  • Rojo quetzal earring tribal black
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  • Rojo quetzal earring white gold triangle
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  • rojo quetzal fall earrings
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  • rojo quetzal flower earrings
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  • rojo quetzal fringe black/white earrings
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  • rojo quetzal green and gold earrings
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Meet the Maker

Angelina

Angelina lives in Pueblo Mágico San Cristóbal de las Casas. She handcrafts pom poms and face masks for Cosas. We provide fair trade compensation to her and her team.

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Citac Foundation

The Citac is a school in Tapalpa that offers services to children with special needs. These flowers serve as an art project and are sold to fundraise for the school.

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Delhilante

Owner Lucia, a socially conscientious female designer, pairs her passion of serving indigenous women in Los Altos with her love of design to create handcrafted goods.

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Mexiarte

These recycled totes are made by women in the Jalisco prison system. Owner Lucy sells the bags and 100% of the profits are used to buy sanitary items for the women.

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Imelda

Imelda, designer and maker at Estudio Artesana, sources her leather from her brother’s cattle ranch in Leon, Mexico. She uses organic dyes and handcrafts each piece.

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