Over the foundation of friendship, we established a socially responsible Guatemalan exporter company that follows Fair Trade Principles, born in 2015 with the interest of bringing development to communities in rural areas, add value in quality and design to Guatemalan ancestral craftsmanship, and display Guatemala as the beautiful country it is to the world.

Threads of wool and cotton are interweaved to tell the history of the ancient Mayan civilization. We transform these handwoven fabrics into unique products to offer people from all over the world a glimpse of what our culture represents and provide the care that only a handmade process achieves.

We work alongside more than 50 artisans in 7 different rural areas of Guatemala to develop the materials that later we use to manufacture all of our products that we ship directly from Guatemala our retailer clients in countries like USA, Germany, Holland, Japan, Taiwan and other.We offer handcrafted wool and leather bags, handwoven wool and cotton rugs, scented candles on hand-painted ceramic, handwoven table mats and table runners, essential oils organizers with vintage weavings, natural palm hats, and much more!

In all of our collections, details have been carefully crafted, we add value to ensure durability, and only high-quality materials have been used. We combine functionality and beautiful design with innovation. Our goal is to create long-term relationships built upon open and honest communication. Our commitment is to provide innovative, high-quality products, with a common goal of growth and prosperity to be shared.

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Central America - Women and E-Commerce

The project, which is funded by the European Union (EU) and implemented by the International Trade Centre (ITC) in collaboration with the Secretariat for Central American Economic Integration (SIECA) and national implementing partners, supports 200 women-led businesses from Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama to export their handicrafts through e-commerce channels. Alongside work to improve product quality and design, the women-led businesses are trained and prepared to list on international online marketplaces such as Etsy and eBay, develop and optimize their own websites, use different digital marketing channels to generate traffic and sales, receive online payments, prepare orders for shipment and provide quality customer service.