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My husband loves to wear leather bracelets and its hard to find him one that he would love wearing, when I happened to come across this Black Leather Bracelet with Off White Weave one I thought he would love it.
The fact that is ver masculine makes it even more better, and the way it looks is awesome. This dark bracelet will highlight masculinity and personal style. This bracelet will soften with age and become uniquely personal. Decorated with a chevron, the middle comes together in a blue diamond for an exotic touch.
This handmade example of mens leather jewelry will soften with age and become uniquely yours. The high quality leather is from cows raised in the open pasture lands in the mountains of Ecuador. The blue diamond in the middle gives it a special feeling to the piece .
My sister tells Ronnie all the time she wants to use when we go out so she can hide an awful tattoo she has on her wrist, she says it will hide it good. And my brother-in-law walked around modeling it for us. We have so much fun when I get new things.
Welcome to Artisans in the Andes, a family run business. We are Canadians that spend most of our time in lovely Ecuador in South America. Ecuador is a developing country where approximately 40% of the population live below the poverty line They live off of the land as much as possible . They walk and use public transportation. They look for organic foods and goods. Our life in Ecuador is smaller in terms of material goods, but much richer in spirit and even in health.
Some info about them
Our beaded jewelry has been made with high quality materials, hand selected by the artisans, often using traditional craft skills and their expert knowledge. When you buy our jewelry, you support a family, the continuance and passing along of age-old skills, and ultimately a community.
With the use of eco-friendly sustainable materials like tagua from the Amazon Rainforest, you are also participating in providing local families with livelihoods, through the harvesting of nuts and seeds. These livelihoods are incentives for communities to protect the Rainforest and avoid clear cutting it for farming or mining purposes.
What makes me very interested in them is they are from Canada and chose to move there and live that tells you something , they are willing to help others. Ronnie says his bracelet has more meaning to him for that fact. He loves it .