Prune Maguey Earrings



The hoops of the earrings are handwoven by women of the Kankuama people of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, they are made fiber extracted from a type of native agave plant called “Maguey.” The body of the earrings are handwoven in the Zenu Reserve in Tuchin Cordoba with “caña flecha”. This is a technique developed for the “sombrero volteado” or “turned over” hat used in the coffee plantations.


Dimensions10 × 1 × 1 in