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

469-515-1096

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.

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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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Home Sweet Home...February 11, 2014

Carolina Locker

Two generations of "Colombian Girls"...we spent the morning with "Mori," one of the Colombian women artisans that helps produce our collection.  Over the next few weeks, we will help you get to know Mori better, as well as several of the other women artisans, that dedicate themselves to producing works of art through jewelry!

We just arrived in Bogota, Colombia and have already met with the 18 Colombian women artisans that produce our jewelry!  We shared with them directly the impact they are having on other women's lives in the states, through their all natural jewelry, as well as their story of devotion to this very special craft.  They were both fascinated and humbled by the prospect that other women in an entirely different country value them, what they're doing, and their collection!  It is truly an honor for us to be able to share in the creation of this unique relationship, witness firsthand how it is changing women's lives in the United States, and just as much, here in Colombia.  

We are about to embark on a few weeks of intense work with these Colombian women artisans, to further refine their products, better understand their needs and how we can meet them, and deepen this friendship.  All of this would not have been possible had it not been for you, our customer, and your support of these women and their organic collection of jewelry!  And we THANK YOU, from the bottom of our hearts!

Our Newest Storefront "Gracie Lane Collections" in Arlington, Texas! Opening February 1, 2014.

Carolina Locker

Our newest storefront in Arlington, TX!

Well it's finally a reality -- our first official storefront, open DAILY, in Arlington, TX!  Now you can see, smell, and feel our jewelry "made from fruit" in person, try it on, and mosey about our full collection.  We are so thankful the owners of Gracie Lane have taken a special interest in our products, and the Colombian women artisans behind the scenes that create it, and cannot wait to interact with you frequently in person!  Stop by and take a peek, you won't be disappointed :) 

White Rock Lake "Art Mart" in Dallas, TX - April 19-21, 2013

Carolina Locker

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          Art and water, there couldn't be a better setting for our organic collection of jewelry this spring!  We were honored to be featured at the White Rock Lake annual event, alongside some of the most talented artists, sculptors, and musicians the southwest region has to offer!  But unlike the other works of art at the event, our's is meant to be worn, smelled, and accessorized :)  Thank you to all our fans for coming by in person to say hi and help spread the word about this incredible collection of jewelry, created by an even more incredible group of Colombian women artisans!

Largest Flea Market in the Country "First Monday Trade Days" in Canton, TX - March 28-31, 2013

Carolina Locker

Meeting an unexpected vendor at First Monday Trade Days in Canton, Texas proved to be good for the soul!

          If you like flea markets, you won't find a better one then the "First Monday Trade Days" in Canton, Texas!  This event takes place the Thursday-Sunday, prior to the first monday of the upcoming month, and it always draws a Texas sized crowd.  The grounds extend for miles upon miles, with everything from antiques to furniture, homemade chocolate to fine accessories, and now even includes "jewelry made from fruit!"  Like every event, its the people we meet, vendors and customers alike, that really make our time on the road worthwhile!  And Canton was no exception to the rule, as we had a special opportunity to meet a few men with "Build A Cross" ministry based out of Louisiana.  Beyond their obvious company mission to build crosses, we discovered that these men are in business to help others recovering from drug and alcohol addiction through ministry and accountable sobriety.  How fortunate we are to have such noble accomplices alongside us on this journey, who are genuinely invested in this business for one reason -- to help others!