Set of 3 cana flecha bracelets - purple/green/turquoise
- Brand: MoreThanHip-Joyas
- Sustainability: fair trade, handicraft, vegan
- Colour: green, purple, turquoise
- Dimensions: flexibel: ca. 6 cm diameter
- Material: other (see description)
- Delivery: Helaas uitverkocht
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- Unique eco & fair collection
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Caña flecha bracelets hip handmade from Colombia
These bracelets come from the Zenú Indians of Colombia and are made plant of cane and cotton. The special weaving technique is typical of this Indian tribe .
The bracelet is flexible, it fits almost everyone. The diameter is 6 cm , but certainly also to wider wrists.
Each set has three different colours.
Handmade in Colombia
Eco & Fair
MoreThanHip Joyas: happy jewelry with natural materials
With the Joyas collection we want to offer a wide selection of beautiful, happy jewelry. Joyas is being fairly produced in Colombia – which already can make you happy. In addition, we use as a lot of natural materials such as tagua nuts, acai berries and chirilla seeds. And this in combination with various other materials, from glass beads to semi precious stones.
The Joyas collection consists of chains, bracelets, earrings and tassels in many different designs and colour combinations. Really super nice eco jewelry!
Fair production in Colombia
The jewelry from the Joya's collection is designed by MoreThanHip and Sapia, Colombia's largest fair trade producer. Production takes place in women's groups working for Sapia. These groups provide steady work, training and good reward and working conditions to people at the bottom of Colombian society.