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P.O. Box 672
Zionsville, IN
United States of America


We specialize in unique handmade jewelry, created entirely from fruit and seeds found in the Amazon Rainforest by a small group of Colombian women artisans.  Our goal is to create an exotic, environmentally inspired look for you, while empowering these women artisans through sustainable work opportunities and added financial support, that goes beyond fair trade.


Hear our latest news, stay up to date with recent events, and see how we are growing and expanding this unique line of jewelry, as we continue on this journey to bring "jewelry made from fruit" and the compelling story of these Colombian women artisans, to a community near you!

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Jewelry and Art COLLIDE at Frisco "Arts in the Square" March 29th, 2014

Carolina Locker

Featured images from Saturday's "Arts in the Square" including our very own Colombian model, on scene!  

Featured images from Saturday's "Arts in the Square" including our very own Colombian model, on scene!  

We got the jewelry season kicked off to a great start in Frisco, Texas this weekend at their annual event "Arts in the Square."  It was beautiful weather and incredible artwork all Saturday long, not to mention live music and delicious food!  Our latest choker necklaces appear to be a great fit with teen jewelry and younger women, while our orange peel and tagua nut collection continue to intrigue all generation of women, all the way down to the pre-teensters!  It is so much fun having the opportunity to spread the word about this incredible jewelry product, and the Colombian women artisans we are trying to support, and we really appreciate the opportunity to bring it to you!

The "Strawberry Festival" in Crawfordsville, IN - June 14-16, 2013

Carolina Locker

Colombian Girl Jewelry arrived in the midwest, at the "Strawberry Festival" in Indiana, June 2013.

Perhaps not the obvious choice for our next event, having completed multiple events in Dallas, but our unique collection of jewelry was met with a level of enthusiasm in the midwest that easily rivals that of the south!  While we didn't have any jewelry made out of strawberries this time, the Hoosier state was just as happy to see jewelry made from corn, orange peel, and the tagua nut (native to Colombia)!  And surprisingly, men and children were drawn to the jewelry as much as women, always posing the same question, "Can I eat it?"  Sorry guys, all our jewelry remains non-edible to humans at this point, but don't tell that to monkeys in the Amazon -- the acai berries in many of our items remain on their list of favorite foods!