The peel from oranges is transformed into individual pieces of art in our jewelry, infused with the same sweet fragrance intrinsic to its fruit. Aromatherapy like you’ve never seen it before!
Grown in Colombian palm trees, this hard fruit is also called ‘vegetable ivory’ for its resemblance to ivory in elephant tusks. As its popularity in Colombian jewelry continues to grow, this nut is helping impede deforestation of the Amazon rainforest and the killing of elephants in Africa.
The marvelous markings of these beans provide the unmistakable exotic signature of our jewelry. Just like the spots on the Dalmatian dog, the spots on these beans were made entirely by Mother Nature.
A favorite foods source among monkeys and other wildlife in the Amazon rainforest, these seeds are as rich in protein as they are in color!
Not just a food source, corn is in most household products and adorns our most popular pieces. Others will stand amazed by these dazzling displays of color, all from simple kernels of corn.
Delicious in its taste and abundant in vitamins A & C, the dried seeds of the cantaloupe fruit are a constant source of color and intrigue in our jewelry.
Recognized globally for its high quality and distinctive taste, our jewelry made with real Colombian coffee beans will spice up your wardrobe and conversation!
Originating in the rich soil of the Amazon Rainforest, Acai seeds are among the most popular natural material used in South American jewelry today.