Huichol necklace

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Color: green

This beautiful necklace is handmade by Huichol indigenous people, who proudly craft all our collection, inhabit mostly the mountainous areas of the states of Jalisco and Nayarit, in north central Mexico. All aspects of their creative process, from materials to colors to designs, have strong cultural significance. Their identification with particular gods and ritual meanings of the ancient Huichol spiritual world in their daily life continue today.

Their beadwork designs, such as the deer, pine tree or whirlwind can be associated with the Huichol deity, Tamat’s Kauyumari, who shaped their world. The zigzag lines that emanate from all living things represent communication with the deities. The butterfly motif is reminiscent of the Itzpapolotl or Obsidian Butterfly, a principal deity of the classical Aztec motifs

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Fun fact

The Panama hat is a type of hat made from the leaves of the toquilla palm, which is native to the coastal regions of Ecuador. Despite its name, the Panama hat has little to do with Panama, other than the fact that it became popular during the construction of the Panama Canal in the early 20th century.

Why a Panama

The Panama hat is known for its lightness, flexibility, and durability, as well as its distinctive shape and design. It is typically woven by hand using a series of intricate patterns and techniques, which can take several days or even weeks to complete.

Timeless elegance

Today, the Panama hat is considered a classic and stylish accessory, and is popular among both men and women. It is worn in a variety of settings, from formal occasions to casual outings, and is often associated with a sense of timeless elegance and sophistication.

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