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999 Silver Red Leather Charm Wristband Bracelet Guatemala, 'Walk of Life in Red'

Product ID: U35814


999 Silver Red Leather Charm Wristband Bracelet Guatemala, 'Walk of Life in Red'

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A single round fine silver charm hangs from this Guatemalan wristband bracelet by Jalapa Girl Jewelsmiths, a group of young women who work together to achieve economic empowerment. The bracelet is crafted from braided leather in a red color that speaks of the many miles walked during a lifetime.

Made in Guatemala

  • Leather, 999 silver charm, 925 sterling silver clasp
  • Avoid contact with water
  • Lobster claw clasp
  • High polish finish
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
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  • 5 grams
  • 0.17 oz
  • 17.8 cm L
  • 7" L
  • 3 mm W
  • 3 mm W
  • Charm(s): 1.4 cm L x 1.2 cm W
  • Charm(s): 0.6" L x 0.5" W
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Jalapa Girl Jewelsmiths

Meet the Artist

Artfully crafted by Jalapa Girl Jewelsmiths from Central America.


Meet the Artist

Jalapa Girl Jewelsmiths

Jalapa Girl Jewelsmiths

This fingerprint is for the buyer to know they are buying an item that is helping to improve the life of a Guatemalan girl.

The story of this group begins with its loving founder, Clare Johnston Kunkel, a woman who was touched by the story of... Casa Hogar, a home for women, in Guatemala. The girls and young women who live here come from small towns, mining cities and agricultural communities. This place is now home to about 110 girls between the ages of two and 21 who come from homes with problems, some who are abused, orphans or extremely poor.

Clare decided to travel from the U.S. in February 2007 to offer her help. Her motivation was to volunteer and teach the older girls how to sew. It was quickly made obvious how teaching the girls basic sewing techniques began making changes to their lives.

Knowing how to sew improved the girls' chances of being employed, but their growth was limited. Since they only had the ability to sew, it wasn't enough to start their own business and be successful.

Clare began to develop an entrepreneurship training program. The platform of this study plan is a curriculum with measurable objectives within a specific time frame. Since 2008, Clare has dedicated a lot of time coming back to the Casa Hogar to work with the girls. This program with Casa Hogar has been built bit by bit over quite a few years. Now, 20 girls work in the project. They all live in the Casa Hogar and are open to trying new opportunities to form their dreams at a young age.

The goal with the girls is to help them during their formative years so they can develop their abilities to the maximum and learn many new things.

Currently, the girls are working on sewing, creating bags and other accessories with traditional textiles. In addition, they have learned to craft jewelry using silver, gemstones and leather.

The girls go through a year of training in other areas before working with silver. It's a process that takes some time to learn, but many of them have become very interested and are now capable of creating intricate designs.

Everyone involved with the project is proud to say everything is done by hand. We don't use molds or stamps, with the exception of a few letters and numbers. In each design, the girl who creates it adds her fingerprint. This fingerprint is for the buyer to know they are buying an item that is helping to improve the life of a Guatemalan girl.

All of the girls work hard and enthusiastically to earn a living.

This project's mission has been achieved little by little by training young Guatemalan women and allowing them to earn a better income and make financial decisions. Earning one's own money allows a person to have economic autonomy and breaks down social barriers. The first step is to have a meaningful employment based on education and job training.

The goal is for the girls to become self-sufficient and sure of themselves. Casa Hogar assures that the girls receive loving attention, a secure home and basic education. The project offers training to live in the real world so they can gain a dignified job and a steady of income for their homes.

La Casa Hogar is a Catholic institution. It is directed by nuns who give the girls the necessary tools to be successful and happy women.

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BUST 35 - 36 37 - 38 39 - 41 42 - 44 46 - 48
WAIST 27 - 28 29 - 30 31 - 33 34 - 36 38 - 40
HIPS 37 - 38 39 - 40 42 - 43 45 - 46 49 - 50
CHEST 36 - 38 39 - 41 42 - 44 46 - 48 50 - 52
WAIST 30 - 32 32 - 34 35 - 37 38 - 41 43 - 45
NECK 14 - 14.5 15 - 15.5 16 - 16.5 17 - 17.5 18 - 18.5
SLEEVE 32.5 33.5 34.5 35.5 36.5

Take your measurements with the tape measure over your under garments. If your measurements fall between sizes you may prefer the next larger size. Inseam, skirt and dress lengths vary by style and will be listed in the item description. Our sweaters are knit in standard American sizes, however actual measurements vary by style.


Measure around the fullest part of chest under the arms and over the shoulder blades keeping the tape measure level.


Measure around the smallest part of the waist keeping the tape measure comfortably loose. Most garments use the low waist measurement noted below.


Measure around the body approximately 1.5" below the natural waist (above). This is the area where most pants and skirts actually fit.


Standing with your heels together, measure around the fullest part of the body approx 7"-8" below the waist.


Measure around the base of the neck keeping the tape measure comfortably loose.


Bend elbow slightly and starting at the center back of the neck, measure across the shoulder, to the elbow and down to the wrist.


Our standard inseam length for women is 32" and 34" for men; however inseam measurements will vary slightly by style.


Belts with buckles are measured in inches that correspond to a waist size however, most people do not wear belts on the waist, they wear them closer to the hips. A buckle belt measurement is take from the end of the "pin" of the buckle to the middle hole on the belt. Generally there are 5 holes for size adjustment, with a 1" space between each, so the middle hole will the be average size of the belt.

For at tie belt (no buckle) measure the belt portion end to end and half of the tie portion. This again is the medium size of the belt.

For a soft fabric tie belt it can be called "1 size fits most" and the entire length of the belt should be measured and listed.

See buckle/tie belt size standards below.

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inches 26 - 30 28 - 32 31 - 35 34 - 38 38 - 42
cm 76 - 86 81.5 - 91.5 86.5 - 96.5 91.5 - 101.5 96.5 - 106.5

+/- tolerance: 0.5 inches or 1.25 cm

inches 30 - 34 32 - 36 35 - 39 39 - 43 43 - 47
cm 81.5 - 91.5 86.5 - 96.5 91.5 - 101.5 96.5 - 106.5 109 - 119

+/- tolerance: 0.5 inches or 1.25 cm

Sash tie length

Lay sash/tie out flat away from the garment and measure from end to end.

Belt with buckle

Measure from the end of the pin of the buckle (where it touches the buckle) to the middle hole.

Belt without buckle

Measure from the belt portion end to end and half of the tie portion. This is will give you the medium size of the belt.

Download our printable ring sizing chart to find the perfect fit!


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