We work directly with artisans to preserve cultural heritage, and increase the quality of life for indigenous communities and master craftsmen from Colombia. We respect and value local resources and ancient techniques by producing high-quality products under a fair trade framework. (Fair trade certification is underway in Colombia).
Colombian hands continue to work, and we are no exception. Part of our objective is to maintain jobs amidst the situation and keep the sustainable wages going. We are all working virtually and are lending a hand to those in need as much as we can. Thank you for your support.
If you would like to make donations in Colombia, we are working closely with Fundamarin, Fundación Remanso de Amor and Fundación Granitos de Paz to bring food, resources, and models for intercultural development to vulnerable communities and indigenous tribes across Colombia. Click here to learn more, or click the donate now button to support a community.
100% paja tetera fiber, crafted in Colombia. Tinted with vegetable dye, this basket bag features characteristics borrowed from African culture. The story behind the family that...View full product details
The perfect weekender. Plain weave, 100% Iraca fiber, this circle, the cross-body bag is worth the time. The woman behind this bag is called Juanita....View full product details
100% Chocolatillo fiber, a local fiber from Cauca, Colombia. Handwoven by artisans from the Eperaara Siapidaara indigenous community. Learn more about the community in our...View full product details
Elegantly and impeccably crafted. 100% Biodegradable and do not pollute the environment because they provide nutrients to the soil when decomposing. This is the traditional...View full product details
100% Iraca palm fiber hand fan, natural color. Handcrafted in Sandoná, Nariño in Colombia, by Asociación de Tejedoras Juanita. An organization of approximately 100 artisans...View full product details
100% Iraca palm fiber hand fan and 100% vegetable dyed. Handcrafted in Sandoná, Nariño in Colombia, by Asociación de Tejedoras Juanita. An organization of approximately...View full product details
Navy and off-white, striped table runner. 100% cotton, woven by hand by an association from San Jacinto, Bolívar in Colombia. They are a group of...View full product details
Consider this an investment piece. The mochila bag Arhuaca is an admired artisan bag made by the Arhuaco people from Colombia. This bag is very practical for everyday...View full product details