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A model displays a creation by the designers' collective Wayuu during the Bogota Fashion Week, in the Colombian capital, on May 9, 2013. AFP PHOTO/Luis Acosta

A model displays a creation by the designers' collective Wayuu during the Bogota Fashion Week, in the Colombian capital, on May AFP PHOTO/Luis Acosta

Plaza Bolivar Cartagena de Indias

Plaza Bolivar Cartagena de Indias

These beautiful bracelets are crafted by some of the remaining Zenu Indians of Colombia. They braid strips of caña flecha, a durable palm, that has been used by their ancestors for centuries. These folks are loyal to their cultural legacy but had been stripped of their riches, lands and possessions by colonial settlers. They're using their ancestor's pre-Columbian weaving techniques to create jewelry for you with contemporary designs.

Caña flecha - texturas - autóctono These beautiful bracelets are crafted by some of the remaining Zenu Indians of Colombia. They braid strips of caña flecha, a durable palm, that has been used by their ancestors for centuries.

A thin memory wire wraps around your neck holding a fringe of tagua chips with skin on the edges.  This tagua necklace is ethically handmade in Colombia using eco friendly dyes.

A thin memory wire wraps around your neck holding a fringe of tagua chips with skin on the edges. This tagua necklace is ethically handmade in Colombia using eco friendly dyes.

A concentric design and playful combination of shape and color give this necklace special character. Twelve inches long. This tagua necklace is fair trade and ethically handmade in Colombia using eco friendly dyes.

A concentric design and playful combination of shape and color give this necklace special character. This tagua necklace is fair trade and ethically handmade in Colombia using eco friendly dyes.