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Women's Hand Painted Tote
The Shipibo women of the Peruvian Amazon plunge into the spirit world through ayahuasca. Based on these experiences the Shipibo create intricate patterns each one unique and pass them down through the generations. These Hand Painted Totes with their one-of-a-kind hand-painted patterns help the Shipibo maintain their cherished way of life. Read more about the Shipibo >
Constructed from organic cotton with leather straps. Lined with black organic cotton fabric. Includes an interior pocket. From our friends at Awa Peru.
- Hand Painted
- Fair Trade & Made in Peru
- Large Size - Tote
- Measures 22 Inches Wide x 15 Inches High
- Each Has a One-of-a-Kind Pattern.
- Cotton Cloth Body with Leather Straps.
- Interior Pocket.
Peru has the longest recorded history of textile design in the whole world. So INDIGENOUS is all about keeping those traditions from Peru alive, while providing a path out of poverty to the artisans who live there. They've now led the way in ethical apparel for over 20 years with styles that are fair trade as well as 100% organic. INDIGENOUS is doing good all over Peru now. They empower their 750+ workers by paying fair wages, give back to the community through clean drinking water, and offer training and zero interest loans to female entrepreneurs. They're also passionate about conserving natural resources—their clothes save over 12 million gallons of water annually and keep over 6,000 ounces of deadly pesticides off the land. Pair that with high-quality staples that still have a unique flair, and you'll see why customers love INDIGENOUS!
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