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#ValoralaIdentidad #PlateiaColombia Plateia.co #Colombia #artesanía Small beaded bracelets from Colombia. Unique pieces. Unique designs

#ValoralaIdentidad #PlateiaColombia Plateia.co #Colombia #artesanía Small beaded bracelets from Colombia. Unique pieces. Unique designs

These sacred bead work bracelets are handmade by women from an indigenous cooperative from the Kamentsá tribe of the Sibundoy valley in southern Colombia. Each design is inspired by the visions received during traditional ceremonies.

These sacred bead work bracelets are handmade by women from an indigenous cooperative from the Kamentsá tribe of the Sibundoy valley in southern Colombia. Each design is inspired by the visions received during traditional ceremonies.

Mexican Huichol Beaded bracelet by Aramara on Etsy

Mexican Huichol Beaded bracelet

AMERICANKHE---MUSICA RAÍZ NATIVA: Artesanía Yagesera

AMERICANKHE---MUSICA RAÍZ NATIVA: Artesanía Yagesera

**If you like to stand out** and at the same time appreciate the intricate craftsmanship and workload during the creative process **luloplanet has something special for you **- indigenous...

Necklace boho style from Colombia

**If you like to stand out** and at the same time appreciate the intricate craftsmanship and workload during the creative process **luloplanet has something special for you **- indigenous...

Saraguro Hand Beaded Necklace por LaBellezaSaraguro en Etsy

Saraguro Hand Beaded Necklace

Chaquiras realizadas a mano por tribu Embera de Colombia y Panamá

Chaquiras realizadas a mano por tribu Embera de Colombia y Panamá

Pulseras Etnicas,Brazaletes,Huichol,Manillas,Mostacilla,Telar,Ejercicios,Zapatos,Abalorios Telar

These sacred bead work necklaces and bracelets are handmade by women from an indigenous cooperative from the Kamentsá tribe of the Sibundoy valley in southern Colombia. Each design is inspired by the visions received during traditional ceremonies.

These sacred bead work necklaces and bracelets are handmade by women from an indigenous cooperative from the Kamentsá tribe of the Sibundoy valley in southern Colombia. Each design is inspired by the visions received during traditional ceremonies.

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