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Crafted with intention, 100% oil tanned leather
Designed to hold a pair of headphones or a charging cable
Antiqued Brass Snap Closure
Measures 5“H x 1.75“W
Beautiful and functional for any age
All finishes are high quality. By nature, there could be natural flaws in the leather or slight variations in color, adding to the unique character of each individual product. Available in medium tan. Chocolate brown for display only, sold out.
Meet the Artisans
Handmade by students at our partner vocational school in Honduras: Lazarus Artisan Goods. They are committed to measuring impact based on a quadruple bottom line that measures success across the outcome of four indicators: People, Planet, Purpose, and Profit. Learn more about Lazarus Artisan Goods.
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Your purchase of this quality, one-of-a-kind gift, empowers artisan survivors by helping support them with a living wage through meaningful employment. Learn more about the Do Good Shop.
All Do Good Shop items are made by our Partner Artisans and their Families, and all profits benefit them directly.
View the main product description for a link directly to the artisan that made this product, or explore the positive impact your purchases have on all of our artisans.
At the Do Good Shop, we seek to connect you, and fellow everyday shoppers, with an easily accessible, quality ethical marketplace, and to use the proceeds from your purchases to bring freedom to victims of exploitation (in the United States and abroad) by supporting safe, living wage jobs.
Do Good Shop is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. This means that not only does each purchase that you make help to create jobs for vulnerable artisans, but also that all profits go directly back into supporting artisans and their communities. Learn more about the Do Good Shop's purpose, mission, and vision.
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