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Jewelry

Featuring unique hand made, fair trade and ethically traded jewelry from artisans in Nepal, Peru, Tibet, Inda and the USA. Designs crafted from Sterling Silver, alpaca silver, semi-precious stones as well as simple seeds and beads from our friends in the Amazon. Find your unique look in a bracelet, pendant, necklace, earring or ring. You can even target your search by region or theme.

 

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  1. Wool cushion cover, 'Warmth of the Inca'

    Weaving is an ancient tradition in the Andes, and handwoven Inca textiles were more highly prized than gold. Carrying on the legacy, Eliazar Ochoa creates an intricate cushion cover of dazzling beauty. His motifs are inspired by ancient Andean art, executed in a woolen palette of glowing warmth.

    Regular Price: $105.95

    $67.95

    You Save: $38.00 (36%)

  2. Shipibo Painted Cloth - White-Black

    Shipibo women mesmerizingly and intricately paint by hand in detail their traditional icaro or sacred song pattern onto this natural cotton canvas. The cotton cloth is painted in black ink in stunning design. Inspired from ayahuasca visions and icaros, medicine songs, each piece is a one of a kind unique creation. Use as a ground or overlay cloth for your sacred altar or mesa bundle or other places in your home. Handmade in Peru.

    $70.00
  3. Shipibo Painted Cloth - Henna-Black

    Shipibo women mesmerizingly and intricately paint in detail their traditional icaro patterns by hand onto this cotton canvas. The cotton cloth dyed is dyed with natural henna and painted in black in stunning design. Inspired from ayahuasca visions and icaros, medicine songs, each piece is a one of a kind unique creation. Handmade in Peru.

    $79.00
  4. Quechua Girl Wool Blend Cushion Covers (Pair)

    Woven by hand, these cushion covers are bold in dark brown, orange and tangerine. Designer W. Rojas Yuri works on the Andean handloom, using a soft blend of alpaca wool. He names his design Niñatay, meaning little girl in the Quechua language.

    $67.95
  5. Peruvian Woven Throw - Red

    Sturdy and colorful throw featuring various Peruvian-style motifs such as llamas. Overcast stitch finished edges. Made in Peru.

    Regular Price: $79.00

    $67.00

    You Save: $12.00 (15%)

  6. Peruvian Woven Throw - Blue

    Sturdy and colorful cotton acrylic blend throw featuring various Peruvian-style motifs such as llamas and pottery. Overcast stitch finished edges. Could also double as a tablecloth.  Made in Peru.

    $79.00
  7. Manduka Meditation Cushion - Thunder

    Manduka’s peaceinpeaceout Meditation Collection contains thoughtfully designed products that are innovative yet practical for stillness, your way.

    $68.00
  8. Fair Trade Artisan Made Chapecuero Plate

    Beautifully metal-worked square plate from The Chapacuero (Leather Plate) Line from an art studio in Argentina, these are suitable for almost any contemporary or modern décor.  The piece is worked to resemble leather pieces held together with stitching.

    Regular Price: $99.00

    $79.00

    You Save: $20.00 (20%)

  9. Fair Trade Artisan Made Chapecuero Plate

    Beautifully metal-worked square plate from The Chapacuero (Leather Plate) Line from an art studio in Argentina, these are suitable for almost any contemporary or modern décor.  The piece is worked to resemble leather pieces held together with stitching.

    Regular Price: $99.00

    $79.00

    You Save: $20.00 (20%)

  10. Fair Trade Artisan Made Chapecuero Plate

    Beautifully metal-worked square plate from The Chapacuero (Leather Plate) Line from an art studio in Argentina, these are suitable for almost any contemporary or modern décor.  The piece is worked to resemble leather pieces held together with stitching.

    Regular Price: $99.00

    $79.00

    You Save: $20.00 (20%)

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