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Sí Collective + Fashionkind

Maguey Earrings
Sí Collective + Fashionkind
Region colombia
Artisan craft,  Emerging economies,  Sustainable materials,  Vegan,  Women's empowerment, 

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Our Mola Sasa Maguey Earrings in Black feature interlocking hand-covered loops with wooden accents and post backs. The hoops of the earrings are handwoven by women of the Kankuama people of Colombia's Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, and they are made from fiber extracted from a type of native agave plant called “Maguey.” The body of the earrings are handwoven in the Zenu Reserve in Colombia's Tuchin Cordoba with cana flecha. This is a technique developed for the “sombrero volteado” or “turned over” hat used on the coffee plantations.

Yasmin Sabet

The woman behind the brand. 

Handcrafted in Colombia

Behind the scenes with Mola Sasa in Chimichagua.